Insolvency

Holmes & Hills Solicitors is able to offer advice and guidance relating to both personal and corporate insolvency.

Whether you are looking to take action against another party, or you need advice on defending claims made against you, Holmes & Hills has the necessary experience in Insolvency Law and proceedings to give you expert representation and protect/enforce your interests.

  • Winding Up Petitions
  • Bankruptcy Petitions
  • Acting for Trustees in Bankruptcy/Liquidators in relation to enforcement
  • Claims against Directors
  • After acquired property claims
  • Transfers at undervalue and preference claims

The first step to getting legal advice regarding insolvency

Call Holmes & Hills today on 01376 320456 (Essex) or 01787 275275 (Suffolk) and arrange to meet with one of our solicitors to discuss your circumstances and case.

Holmes & Hills has six offices across Essex and Suffolk, these being in Marks Tey, Braintree, Sudbury, Halstead, Tiptree and Coggeshall. You can arrange to meet one of our insolvency solicitors at whichever office is most convenient for you.

Insolvency advice for clients of professional advisors

Call us on 01206 593933 today to speak with one of our insolvancy specialists.
Or send an email
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