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Liquidation is a challenging process by which the affairs of a company are brought to an end. Also known as winding-up or dissolution, liquidation typically involves insolvency and can be either involuntary or voluntary in nature. During this process, the assets and property of the company are redistributed between invested parties, with this sensitive process often causing a range of financial and legal problems.
Expert consultation is the key to every successful liquidation. With access to professional knowledge and advice, you can make the right decisions and put your best foot forward. If you're thinking about liquidating your business in Australia, we offer a free consultation service to help you define the best course of action. We work with your team throughout the process and create effective liquidation solutions based on best practice outcomes.
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Australian Debt Solvers specialises in liquidation cases across Sydney and throughout Australia. Whether you own a small family business or run a large corporation, access to professional advice and expert guidance is needed throughout the liquidation process.
If you're going through liquidation, we can help you to distribute assets, pay creditors and shareholders, and manage your financial responsibilities. We have experience dealing with liquidation across industry sectors, including property, construction, mining, manufacturing, retail, hospitality, and tourism among others. We deal with a wide range of liquidation cases, including involuntary liquidation and voluntary liquidation. Compulsory liquidation: petition from the company, petition from a creditor, petition from contributors. Voluntary liquidation: voluntary resolution, creditors’ voluntary liquidation.
Liquidation is a complex situation that involves multiple parties and numerous financial hurdles. Overcoming these challenges requires industry experience, financial expertise, and familiarity with the regulations of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). Knowledge is the key, with our team always striving to learn more in order to benefit the Australian business community.
Along with expert financial advice, we also provide access to a comprehensive online knowledge base focused on liquidation and related financial matters like 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 confidence.
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
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
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