Bankruptcy is never taken lightly by anyone. At Bankruptcy Experts we pride ourselves on our straight forward, honest approach. If you are thinking you have no other choice other than to go bankrupt or to place your company into liquidation we can help you work through your options. We act as your agent to help you achieve the best possible outcome. Whether the debts you have are business or personal we can help you. We are insolvency and bankruptcy specialists that can give you the right advice first time.
We offer a full bankruptcy service from $495.00. If you need to know more about going bankrupt or liquidation we offer a no obligation FREE consultation to assess how we might best serve you.
The golden rule when it comes to bankruptcy or liquidation is simple – “The longer you ignore your financial situation, the less options you have”. So don’t procrastinate!
So If you are not sure whether bankruptcy or liquidation is the right choice at this time then there are 5 very important questions you must answer before you take that very important step. We call these the “Big 5” we strongly suggest you know about these before you do anything else, in fact we are so keen for you to know these options we have a few ways for you to get the information.
You can click on the video below or you could download our FREE e-Book or simply give us a call and we will go through them for you.
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Getting the bankruptcy advice is reasonably easy just talk to your neighbor over the back fence they will have plenty to say. However getting the right bankruptcy advice and ultimately making the correct decision is a different story. It doesn’t matter what kind of financial problems you are experiencing, finding someone who actually knows exactly how to help you can be difficult. Getting a Fresh Start and declaring Bankruptcy and or Personal Insolvency is a specialty area in the world of financial advice, it’s because of this, there are very few advisors out there who know what they are actually talking about. Here at Bankruptcy Experts, this is what we do 24/7. Our friendly, professional, experienced, and knowledgeable team are here to give you the right bankruptcy advice right from the start.
When people think about bankruptcy and look for advice, one of the first things people do is talk with their friends and family. After all, with any other family and personal issues, it makes sense to talk to those you know care about you. However, one of the problems with doing that, is your family and friends more often than not will give you the wrong advice. Your next step might be to look online for the answers. While this is usually a good route to take, the Internet is actually home to too much information and can lead you to the wrong advice. If you’ve been looking for the right bankruptcy advice, whether you’re in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or any other area in Australia, give us a call today on 1300 795 575
Most of the bankruptcy clients we help are referred to us by accountants and solicitors. You could waste some time and money looking for someone to help with your debts. Searching online can be risky and give you the wrong information. You might even look in your local yellow pages directory for an accountant or solicitor who specialises in personal insolvency, liquidations, and bankruptcy, but chances are you’re not going to find one
Your accountant is great for helping you with your taxes. Your solicitors will be perfect for when you’re looking to buy a home or handle some legal matter. However, that’s generally where it will end with them. We’re not saying they don’t have the skills to deal with such matters, but rather the demand for insolvency, liquidation, and bankruptcy is very limited. They simply just do not encounter it very often, as they’re not dealing with these issues on a daily basis, their knowledge can be limited.
Naturally, we will work closely with your accountant or solicitor during the entire bankruptcy process to ensure you get through the bankruptcy process unscathed.
Running a business can be difficult at the best of times. But, when you’re faced with the uncertainty of your business’s future success and impending money issues, bankruptcy often looks like a good path to go down. Many people are then told that a liquidator is the best choice to get the bankruptcy in progress. Liquidators then work to get the business into Voluntary Liquidation.
Unfortunately, there is the misconception that a liquidator is working in the best interests of the business owner. The truth is, the fact that you’re paying the liquidator money to help you, they are there to do one job, which is to liquidate your business. It’s because of this, you must be very careful before handing over your business to a liquidator.
If you’re unsure if you need a liquidator or not, it’s best to get the right advice first. We service all areas in Australia including Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Gold Coast Perth, Darwin, Adelaide, Newcastle, Geelong and Sunshine Coast, as well as regional Australia.
Before you appoint a liquidator be warned although they are often very nice people, they have a job to do. In reality there is no such thing as a friendly liquidator, a liquidators duty is to your creditors (people you owe money to) and the courts. They will sell off your assets whether you like it or not. Their job is to follow strict regulatory guidelines and that is to get as much money as possible from your cash and or assets in order to pay creditors. If you think that paying a liquidator a large sum of money means they will care about you and want to bend the rules and risk their registration just for you, then you are mistaken!Unfortunately, you don’t factor into the equation and their main job is to focus on trying to pay back creditors. And that’s it!
Remember ultimately liquidators are not your friends. Call us BEFORE you appoint a liquidator on 1300 818 575.
Let’s face it, no one wants to really go bankrupt, and that is totally understandable. You may be looking at your options and believe bankruptcy is not the best option for you. We completely understand. There are a few other insolvency and debt management solutions available and these include:
It can be hard to know which choice is the best one for you. Some practitioners will often bombard you with a lot of information in an attempt to help you understand, but this often leaves you more confused than before.
We know that we can help you with your financial matters and your debts, which is why we are proud to offer a completely FREE, obligation free initial consultation. Contact us today on 1300 818 575 to find out more.