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If you are under constant pressure from creditors for failing to pay debts on time, professional advice could save you from going into liquidation. In many circumstances, voluntary administration is a solution that could provide breathing space for a company and an opportunity to pay off any outstanding debts. Acting early and employing the assistance of experts such as Australian Debt Solves provides the best prospects of reducing debt and turning things around. Our team insolvency professionals have saved businesses across Australia. Read about how we have saved organisations in the past and how easy it is to get expert advice. Expert advice can ensure that you keep trading and help build a brighter, more profitable future.

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Voluntary administration: Implications for Companies (Updated 2021)

Companies in financial trouble have a few different options when it comes to insolvency proceedings and potential business turnaround. One of these is voluntary administration.

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How to Avoid Common Pitfalls in Voluntary Administration

Most Australian companies that enter voluntary administration are deregistered within three years of the commencement of the administration. But that doesn’t have to happen to you.

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I’ve Received a Wind-Up Notice. What Does this Mean and What Do I Do?

If you have received a wind-up notice it is important to understand your rights and responsibilities. Contact Australian Debt Solvers for expert insolvency advice.

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The Comprehensive Guide to Voluntary Administration (Updated 2021)

Voluntary administration is an insolvency procedure involving the appointment of an external administrator, known as a voluntary administrator.

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The Difference Between Receivership, Administration and Liquidation

There are significant differences between receivership, administration and liquidation. Learn about each of these concepts and how they apply to insolvency.

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Explaining a Deed of Company Arrangement (Updated 2021)

A Deed of Company Arrangement (DOCA) is an important agreement used to define specific legal requirements after a company goes into Voluntary Administration.