Insolvency, business recovery and bankruptcy specialists in Darwin
Through no fault of your own, as an Australian business owner you may have found yourself in financial hardship.
We have all been living through unprecedented times. No matter how big or small your business is, or what sector you work in, chances are you’ve had to adapt in recent times and not everyone has come through unscathed.
Our business restructure, liquidation, and bankruptcy specialists in Darwin are skilled in handling these types of appointment. We work with business owners to help you assess your financial situation and consider the best options for you, your family, and your employees.
We’ll take the time to understand your situation and how it came about,
and then work with you towards the best possible outcome.
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Our restructuring, insolvency and turnaround services for Albany Businesses
The sooner we get started, the better your chances of success.
If debt is becoming a hurdle too big to overcome, here’s how we work with you to meet your unique needs.
Contact our Insolvency Specialists in Darwin
We are here to help with honest, professional and tailored advice. Call +61 0422 471 167 for a free consultation with one of our experienced restructuring and recovery experts. Our local knowledge and presence are our points of difference.
WE’VE HELPED COUNTLESS AUSTRALIAN COMPANIES BECOME PROFITABLE AGAIN
Watch our Restructure and Turnaround Success Videos to learn more about how we’ve helped other companies and individuals recover from insolvency.
We help thousands of Australians each year resolve their debt and take back control. There are many options able to be tailored to your individual circumstances before considering personal insolvency.
If your debt is out of control, then take the first step and reach out for help.
Sometimes the best option is to close your business.
If we assess your company as no longer viable, we’ll guide you through the business liquidation process, from selling off assets to pay your creditors to winding up the company to minimise losses. Taking action early will give owners and employees the opportunity to move forward as soon as possible.
Safe harbour is an additional defence to a claim by a liquidator or creditor against a director personally, for debts incurred by the company while it was insolvent.
It provides an exception to the rule that a company cannot continue trading if it is insolvent.
Asset protection is the use of smart, legal strategies to protect your assets. Most people have insurance to protect against risk, but no insurance can cover every possible scenario, and you may not know which insurances are needed to protect against the unique risks you face.