Corporate restructuring & insolvency Solicitors


Primas Law’s insolvency team will always do right by you and the future of your business.

At Primas Law, our team of knowledgeable and approachable insolvency lawyers can guide you through any challenging times your business may face, supporting in deciding the best course of action.

We pride ourselves on our ‘quality as the priority’ approach and can help navigate even the most difficult circumstances, with our expert corporate restructuring lawyers explaining complex issues in a simple and accessible way. 

It is important that you understand the options available to you, in order to rescue your business and manage creditor pressure. Our experienced insolvency solicitors will walk you through alternatives, such as rescuing or restructuring your company, guiding you on the best route for your business.   

We work closely with insolvency practitioners both regionally and nationally to provide a complete and seamless service. 

Our Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency department is led by Legal 500 ranked corporate solicitor, Chris Love, who has been described as “practical, commercial and very knowledgeable in insolvency law; … able to deal with any queries, however quirky or specialist”.   

With our team of insolvency solicitors, you can be confident that your business is in the safest pair of hands.   

Our Corporate Restructuing and Insolvency solicitors are experts in their field and can offer knowledgeable legal advice and guidance in matters from business and asset sales to insolvency litigation and winding up petitions.  

Led by Chris, our team of four insolvency solicitors each bring particular expertise and speciality to the table, ensuring we provide a complete and well-rounded service. Whether it be directors’ advice, restructuring, liquidation, debt recovery or something else, our insolvency solicitors are on hand to support you every step of the way. 

If your business needs corporate and insolvency law support, get in touch with Chris today: 

Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency FAQs

A company is insolvent when it is unable to pay creditors as they fall due, alternatively when the value of its creditors exceeds the value of its assets. The position is the same for individuals.

If you are concerned about your position, whether due to creditor pressure or otherwise, it is important to take advice from an insolvency professional and we are ready to assist you.

There are processes available to allow a company or an individual to avoid formal insolvency, which we can assist you with.

Where a formal insolvency process such as liquidation is unavoidable, we work with stakeholders to achieve the best possible outcome.

Insolvency in business refers to when a business can’t pay its debts.  

If you’re a director facing financial challenges and in need of advice, visit our Directors’ Hub for expert advice from our insolvency lawyers. 

While insolvency is a financial state, wherein a business or person cannot pay their debts, bankruptcy is the legal process which occurs when a person declares they cannot pay back their debts.  

Bankruptcy is a way for individuals to deal with debt, and so only applies to the individual and not limited companies or partnerships. 

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