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Restructuring and insolvency lawyers in London & Thames Valley

Every business can experience financial difficulty, whether it be due to changing economic conditions, unforeseen events, simple misjudgement, or even major mismanagement.

Getting the right level of professional advice and support that is both timely and decisive is key for any ownership team when faced with difficult situations – the future of your business depends on it.

Why choose our restructuring and insolvency lawyers?

  • Our business recovery team is experienced in providing clear, practical and detailed support to insolvency practitioners, business owners, board members and shareholders at difficult and challenging times.
  • We build trusted relationships with our clients where you can rely on us to be proactive and find a solution that works for you.
  • There are no hidden fees and, at the point of initial contact with your lawyer, you will be advised what the job will cost.
  • The benefits of working with a full-service law firm. We can provide clients with a uniquely broad spectrum of services and offer tailor-made legal solutions to best suit your business requirements.

By choosing Clarkslegal, you can be assured that you will benefit from a professional and thorough service that will follow your needs and requirements closely, ensuring the whole process runs as smoothly as possible.

What services do our restructuring and insolvency lawyers offer?

Our specialist restructuring and insolvency lawyers provide expert guidance. Here are a few of the services we offer to businesses:

Here are a few of the services we can provide insolvency professionals with expert assistance with:

  • Putting in place documentation necessary to give effect to corporate restructures, including de-mergers, hive ups and share for share exchanges.
  • Auditing a company’s intellectual property
  • Clear, practical and jargon free support so that you can get to grips with TUPE and manage the process and expectations of those affected.
  • Recovering property.

One of the team members would be happy to have a confidential conversation with you to discuss any concerns you may have with your business or to assist with preventative measures.

“Significant experience in handling large-scale restructuring and redundancy programmes. Clarkslegal is ‘technically excellent but commercial’”

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James Hopkirk, Restructuring Director – Kreston Reeves LLP

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