Australian Debt Solvers work with clients across Perth and wider Australia. You can find our Perth headquarters in the heart of the CBD, at Level 14, 197 St Georges Terrace, Perth CBD. Alternatively, you can email us via our website, or call us on 1300 789 499 for a free consultation.
If a company goes into liquidation, the business comes to an end and they are required to distribute any available assets to claimants. Liquidation can be a complex and challenging process. We’re here to offer expert advice and suggest practical solutions during this difficult time.
The liquidation process can be voluntary or involuntary and involves distribution of assets based on the priority of claims. It can often result in financial or legal problems, but we’re here to help minimize your losses and move forwards.
Making the right decisions early doors is key to avoiding things getting out of control further down the line. If you need to liquidate your Perth business, please get in touch for a free consultation.
Are you going through a difficult time financially? You need financial advice and practical solutions. Our expert knowledge paired with industry experience will help you to achieve financial success.
We have helped countless people and businesses to overcome their financial challenges, with clients located across Perth and throughout Australia. Watch our video to find out more about how we can support you on your financial journey.
We are proud to be one of the leading experts in liquidation cases across Australia. We offer expert guidance and trusted financial advice to ensure the best outcomes for our clients, ranging from family businesses and sole traders through to large companies. We can help you before, during, and after the liquidation process manage your finances.
We are experienced in dealing with liquidation cases across Perth, including both voluntary liquidation and involuntary liquidation. We specialise in: voluntary liquidation, compulsory liquidation, petition from contributors, voluntary resolution, creditors’ voluntary liquidation, petition from the company, petition from a creditor
Due to multiple parties being invested, and numerous hurdles to overcome, liquidation can cause financial and legal confusion. We offer experience and expertise to help you achieve success. ADS is also familiar with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
We offer an extensive range of online knowledge focused on liquidation and other related financial matters such as bankruptcy. Take a look at our Research Centre to find out more, plus industry insights, expert guidance and practical tips on financial difficulties.
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