Australian Debt Solvers works with clients across Brisbane. Our Queensland headquarters is located in the heart of Brisbane, with other offices located throughout Australia. You can contact us directly via our website, call us on 1300 789 499 for a free consultation, or visit us in person at Level 10, 120 Edward St, Brisbane CBD
Liquidation describes the process of bringing a business to its end by distributing available assets to claimants. Liquidation can be a complex and challenging process, with Australian Debt Solvers offering advice and practical solutions during this difficult time. Also known as dissolution, liquidation is often the end result of insolvency.
Whether it is voluntary or involuntary in nature, the liquidation process involves the management and distribution of assets based on the priority of claims. Liquidation can be a highly sensitive process that often results in financial and legal problems. We can help you through this process in order to minimise your losses and help you move forward with confidence.
Access to expert advice is critical to ensure a successful liquidation. It's important to make the right decisions from the outset to avoid things getting out of control. If you need to liquidate your Brisbane business, we offer a free consultation, expert advice, and practical solutions based on best practice outcomes. Please contact our team for a free consultation today.
At Australian Debt Solvers, we take nothing for granted. We combine expert knowledge with industry experience to give you the help you deserve. We have helped countless people to overcome their financial challenges, with clients located across Brisbane and throughout Australia. If you need financial advice and practical solutions during a difficult time, please watch our video to see how we can help.
Australian Debt Solvers is a leading expert in Australian liquidation cases. From sole traders and family businesses through to large companies, trusted financial advice and expert guidance is crucial to ensure the best possible outcomes. For example, we can help you to distribute assets, pay creditors, and manage your finances before, during, and after the liquidation process.
We have local experience dealing with liquidation cases across Brisbane, including involuntary liquidation and voluntary liquidation. Australian Debt Solvers specialises in the following areas: Voluntary liquidation, Compulsory liquidation, Petition from the company, Petition from a creditor, Petition from contributors, Voluntary resolution, Creditors’ voluntary liquidation.
Liquidation can be a confusing financial and legal situation. Multiple parties are invested, and numerous hurdles need to be overcome. Success in this environment requires experience, expertise, and familiarity with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). The liquidation process can be complex, with knowledge an important ingredient of success.
Australian Debt Solvers offers access to an extensive online knowledgebase focused on liquidation and related matters such as insolvency and bankruptcy. If you would like to learn more about liquidation, please take a look at our Research Centre. The ADS Research Centre merges industry insights with expert guidance and practical tips to help you manage liquidation and move forward with clarity.
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