Insolvency

College Chambers accepts instructions in all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency, in both contentious and non-contentious aspects. We are well aware of the ripple effect that emanates from any corporate insolvency and the ramifications it has.

Our particular areas of corporate expertise include:

  • Advising on winding up
  • Liquidation
  • Administration and voluntary arrangements
  • Assisting suppliers in preparing and drafting contracts to protect their interests
  • Representing liquidators and administrators in asset recovery matters
  • Advising on Debt Recovery matters
  • Advising on the removal of liquidators and allegations of misfeasance
  • Advising in cases involving complex company accounts

In the field of personal insolvency and bankruptcy we provide a full range of services to the individual:

  • Advising trustees and those facing financial difficulty
  • Representing and assisting those facing bankruptcy, including voluntary arrangements, setting aside statutory demands or fighting bankruptcy proceedings
  • Appearing for spouses and other relatives who claim an interest in a bankrupt's property
  • Advising on the financial aspects of divorce
  • Advising employees on their legal rights

Our members often advise in cases where the areas of practice overlap. We are able to cater to our clients' needs no matter how complex or straight-forward the case.  We also accept briefs on a Conditional Fee basis.

Commercial, banking and insolvency: "more than half of the barristers at College Chambers undertake commercial litigation as part of their practices. Areas of expertise include insolvency, professional negligence and wills and trusts." Legal 500