Australian Debt Solvers works with clients in Melbourne and across Australia. We have offices around the country, including an office in the heart of the Melbourne CBD. 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 11, 2 Queen Street, Melbourne 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 Melbourne 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.
Australian Debt Solvers offers a comprehensive range of financial solutions in Melbourne. Communication and attention to detail are central to our approach, with each case and client offered our full time and respect. We know that each financial situation is unique, and we take the time to identify solutions and recognise new opportunities for growth.
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Australian Debt Solvers has helped countless Melbourne businesses through the liquidation process. From sole traders and small family businesses through to large multinationals, professional advice and expert guidance are the key to a successful outcome. Our friendly and professional consultation service will help you to maintain clarity and forge ahead during difficult financial times.
From property and construction to hospitality and tourism, we have experience dealing with a wide range of voluntary and involuntary liquidation cases. If you're struggling to manage your assets, pay your creditors and shareholders, and manage your financial responsibilities, we're here to help.
Depending on the size and structure of your business, liquidation can involve multiple parties and complex financial challenges. In order to deal with liquidation effectively, it's important to have financial expertise, industry experience, and working knowledge of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) regulations. Knowledge is the key, with our team familiar with industry standards, legal frameworks, and operational guidelines.
Along with professional advice, we provide access to an online knowledgebase focused on liquidation and other financial matters. If you're currently struggling with liquidation and trying to forge a path ahead, please review our extensive Research Centre for expert guidance and practical tips.
When businesses become unprofitable and are unable to service their debt, the business could be ordered to go into liquidation or administration or be voluntarily liquidated. As the company is wound up, employees are one of the first parties to be affected and, in addition to losing their job, they’ll be most concerned about getting paid for work they’ve already done.Read more
Companies that have trouble meeting their tax obligations, or other debts, may receive a notice to wind-up from creditors or the ATO. Business owners and company directors are often confused about the impact of receiving a wind-up notice, and uncertain about what their options may be. A wind-up notice is a serious matter, and it’s important that you act quickly, even if you need time to obtain professional advice and explore your options.Read more
When your business is in financial trouble, there are a number of potential solutions available. But remember, it’s best to seek financial advice first about what to do because there are a few different options that you should investigate prior to going down the path of liquidation.Read more
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