Corporate & Business Insolvency Resource Centre

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If a company or individual are unable to pay their debts on time, they are in danger of trading insolvent. It is illegal to trade insolvent and it is a matter that should not be taken lightly. This is where the services of Australian Debt Solvers can be of use. Thanks to a large team of industry experts, we are able to provide a range of insolvency services including liquidation, administration, safe harbour, advisory, forensic accounting and receivership. At Australian Debt Solvers we provide free professional advice. This can be accessed by talking to one of our specialists or reading through case studies, research materials and news articles that have been prepared by our team. Your path to regaining financial control has already started.

What is a Garnishee Order and How Does It Work?

A garnishee order is a serious matter, as it means a court order has been made to allow creditors to recover debt from third parties.

Why Should Your Business Invest in Legal Advice?

When it comes to starting a business or owning one, seeking legal advice should be one of the essential things you do.

Questions You Should Ask Your Business Legal Advisor

As a business owner or entrepreneur, you’re probably already well aware of the benefits of having go-to experts you can consult for help. When it comes to business legal advisors, the type of advice they give you can impact everything from compliance to strategy.

How to Respond to Business Debt Collection Letters

Financially struggling businesses often have difficulty paying creditors, and receiving a business debt collection letter can be one of the first signs things are getting serious for your company.

What is a Statement of Claim and What Action Should You Take?

If your business has received a statement of claim, you are probably aware it’s an urgent and serious matter. But what exactly is a statement of claim, and what should you do if you’ve been served with one?

Understanding ATO Business Payment Plansdown

Meeting your tax obligations is an essential part of running a company, but what happens when you can’t pay your tax bill? In between being unable to pay and the ATO initiating tax collection action, there are steps you can take to avoid unwanted outcomes.