Bankruptcy Resource Centre

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A lack of knowledge and limited understanding about bankruptcy are key reasons why it is commonly overlooked as a viable option. Not only do our team of professionals provide a personal service, they have also compiled a series of detailed articles on bankruptcy. They have used descriptive examples that outline when bankruptcy is a suitable option and the steps involved in the process. As you will see, declaring bankrupt does not mean that you lose everything. Look at how others have used bankruptcy to alleviate financial hardship and move towards a prosperous financial future.

Bankruptcy vs Liquidation: Key Differences to Know

Bankruptcy and Liquidation processes are designed to resolve insolvency, the situations in which either one will apply are very different.

What is the Difference between Company Bankruptcy and Business Liquidation?

For a lot of people, bankruptcy and liquidation mean the same thing – you can’t pay your debts. However, bankruptcy is completely different to liquidation.

How to Bounce Back from Bankruptcy

Insolvency for businesses or individuals is never desirable, but bankruptcy and isn’t the end-all you might think it is. Bankruptcy can be the best way to start on a new path and rebuild your financial foundation.

Voluntary Bankruptcy Could Be Your Best Option

We talk to a lot of clients that may need to go bankrupt, as their personal debts are simply not sustainable.

Am I Going Bankrupt When I Liquidate My Company?

A lot of people get confused about company liquidation and bankruptcy. When you liquidate a company there should be no reason for you to go personally bankrupt, unless you have significant personal liability or debt, but even then bankruptcy should be a last resort.