For Companies

For Companies

Company directors today have significant obligations imposed upon them by virtue of the provisions of the Corporations Act.  From time to time there are questions concerning directors’ responsibilities and we are able to provide efficient advice in relation to various matters concerning the Corporations Act.

One matter which may arise from time to time is whether a company is insolvent (and whether a company is able to pay its debts as and when they fall due).

There are a number of options which are available to directors of companies in these circumstances and we are able to provide specialist advice in relation to:

  • Voluntary Administration
  • Liquidation/Winding Up
  • Directors Personal Guarantees
  • Informal Arrangements with Creditors