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Ask Advice provides specialised advice to directors experiencing insolvency litigation issues including misfeasance help, wrongful trading and dealing with problems caused by the sale and disposal of assets prior to insolvency.

Ask Advice offer help to directors being prosecuted or to directors requiring general insolvency litigation advice. Many directors are not aware of the solutions available to them and in most cases will not appreciate the seriousness of their situation. In these incredibly testing times Ask Advice provides an invaluable and professional service. Ask Advice provides answers to the many questions concerning misfeasance, wrongful trading and transactions at an undervalue.

Increasing numbers of company directors are being investigated for misfeasance every year, Ask Advice provides help and in most cases a solution to any investigation. also offers assistance to companies experiencing problems . This in most cases is not due to the company themselves but to the current economic climate making cashflow and gathering monies owed more difficult and often impossible.

Professional and impartial advice is offered to companies considering their current options including ,Voluntary Liquidation, Members Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) and Company Strike offs.

There are also solutions available that allows the company to continue to trade without being continually pursued by creditors , this is called a Company Voluntary Arrangement or (CVA) , once accepted by the creditors no further pressure can be applied.

Ask Advice offers a free initial consultation , from the first call the most appropriate solution will be ascertained . Ask Advice work with both a panel of Insolvency Practitioners and a panel of insolvency litigation solicitors .

Ask Advice also offers professional and impartial advice to companies wishing to investigate if they have been affected by the recently uncovered mis-selling of interest rate swaps driven by the underlying LIBOR and base rate, over 50000 companies have been affected and Ask Advice are offering a free assessment.

To see how Ask Advice can help you and your company please visit

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