Take the 2 minute online assessment.

What does your company owe?

Use the sliders to give estimates of what your company owes to the following areas.

Overdraft / Loans
£0

VAT
£0
PAYE
£0
Corporation Tax
£0
Trade Creditors
£0
Rent / Rates
£0

Total Liabilities (estimated) :

£0


1. Two Minute Assessment

Do you qualify for liquidation? What assets and liabilities do you have. Work through our liquidation wizard to get a quote for liquidating your company.

2. Online Liquidation

Start the Liquidation process now. Click here and follow our step by step system to get the liquidation started. You can log back in anytime.

3. No Physical Meeting with Liquidator, No Need to Travel

If you are self-isolating/social distancing we can help. Using our online system, you can deal with the Liquidation process online and by email, phone, post and courier. There is no need for a physical meeting and therefore you can deal with your company's liquidation from the security of your home or office.

Direct about Company Liquidation

Putting your company into liquidation

When a company is solvent, it is controlled by the Directors. When a company is insolvent, the Directors can place the company in the hands of a Liquidator, who then deals with the Liquidation / winding-up.

The Directors duties and powers cease, and they can move on to new opportunities, (having learned a few lessons along the way).

Learn more about Liquidation

Direct about Insolvency to Directors

Insolvent company – director in the firing line?

The good news is that our Insolvency laws are director friendly, drafted to promote a culture of entrepreneurship, to promote commerce by mitigating the financial and legal impact of a company failure.

A rescue culture.

Exclusive Online Prices

We give you, the Director, direct access to the liquidation process of your company.

Our systems ensure the transition to Liquidation is seamless, legally correct, and cost effective.

Our technology provides an efficient liquidation service, at a fair price.

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