Get timely expert advice about insolvency administration, claims and recoveries.

We regularly provide advice and act for insolvency practitioners to recover monies and assist with the liquidation of companies and the administration of bankrupt estates.

Insolvency Claims & Recoveries

We can assist with:

  • Actions and recoveries relating to uncommercial transactions, under market value transactions and transfers to defeat creditors,
  • Recovery of unfair preference payments,
  • Insolvent trading claims,
  • Recoveries of debts, loans (including shareholder and director loans) and other monies,
  • Enforcement of securities,
  • Orders for the appointment of a trustee for sale of co-owned property,
  • Assignment of choses in action, and
  • Transactions including sales of business and real property.

Call now to speak to one of our Insolvency Lawyers

1300 553 343

 

 

Insolvency Claims & Recoveries

We understand that quick turn around on claims and the ability to make quality decisions are essential for insolvency practitioners to fulfill their statutory duties and commercially administer companies and bankrupt estates. Our Insolvency Litigation Lawyers service clients in Newcastle, Sydney and across NSW.

How We Help

We regularly provide advice and act for insolvency practitioners to recover monies and assist with the liquidation of companies and the administration of bankrupt estates.

Our Insolvency Team is headed by an Accredited Specialist in Commercial Litigation.  Our Lawyers have extensive experience representing clients in a wide variety of insolvency claims and have an excellent reputation for obtaining successful and quick outcomes.

Our Insolvency Litigation Lawyers service clients in Newcastle, Sydney and across NSW.

 

Contingency Fee Agreements

We understand that funds aren’t always available for recovery actions and that often there is no prospect of paying a dividend to creditors unless a recovery can be achieved by a Lawyer acting on a contingent fee basis.

We regularly assist insolvency practitioners in these circumstances.

Call now to speak to one of our Insolvency Lawyers

1300 553 343

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