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Insolvency & Advisory

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Whether you are a business or individual and consider your financial issues to be large or small, our specialist Insolvency, Advisory and Recovery team will find a solution for you.

We have experience that covers all business types and sizes, from small, owner managed businesses to national charities. Our experts also have decades of experience assisting individuals with personal debt worries. We offer an initial, free, one hour consultation to understand your financial position before working collaboratively to find a solution.

Contact one of our Insolvency Practitioners or a senior member of the team below to have a chat on the phone or to arrange an appointment in either our Oxford or London offices.

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    Our team of experts is always willing to talk to anyone with personal or corporate financial distress - or their advisers - to try to match the best solutions to often difficult and complex situations.

    Contact us via email or ring a member of our team on 01865 292 200.

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