How we can help
We appreciate that the process of bankruptcy carries a dramatic and lasting effect. For creditors, it is a very difficult decision to choose to pursue this course of action and, for debtors, to be faced with this position is likely to be financially distastrous. At Myerson, our experienced and professional team are on hand to offer you support every step of the way to provide the best possible advice.
We can also recommend you to independent and experienced licensed insolvency practitioners that we work with to provide you with further advice and help, including on whether to consider alternatives to bankruptcy such as an individual voluntary arrangement (IVA)
Where you have been made bankrupt inadvertently or in error, if appropriate, we can help you apply for a court order to annul your bankruptcy order.
Our team, led by Richard Wolff, with his 25 years of experience in this area, will be able to outline the right course of action for you to take from the outset. We offer a Partner-led service, so you will be sure to work with Senior Lawyers throughout your case.
It is essential, where bankruptcy is involved, to act as quickly as possible to have all your options available to you. We understand that these are not easy conversations to have, and we strive to give clear advice. We will be transparent with our costs and can often offer a range of funding options from the outset.
Meet Our Insolvency Solicitors
Home-grown or recruited from national, regional or City firms. Our insolvency lawyers are experts in their fields and respected by their peers.
Richard is a Partner and Head of our Insolvency and Restructuring Team
Vicky is a Legal Director in our Insolvency Team
Jack is an Associate in our Insolvency and Restructuring Team
Isobel is a Trainee Solicitor in our Insolvency Team
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