If you need an online liquidation service our experts at Company Liquidation Services are here to help. With years of experience in company liquidations, our people are professional and reliable and dedicated to helping each director, whatever the situation.
The online liquidation service we provide is quick, efficient and cost-effective, making it straightforward and hassle-free for you to liquidate your company.
To begin, just complete our two-minute assessment and tell us a bit about your company. We need a few details on your assets and liabilities so that our experts can consider your situation and determine whether liquidation is the right option. We will also give you a quote so you know immediately how much it will cost.
If liquidation is the best course of action you can then start the process online and we will ensure everything is handled properly throughout the process.
Our liquidation company was set up to give directors direct access to the liquidation process and make it as quick and cost-effective as possible.
We want to take away a lot of the stress and worry when a company is liquidated, allowing you to move on with your life. Our experts provide honest, tailored advice to help you through the process. From the beginning we look at your circumstances and your company figures to assess whether liquidation is a viable option. We will let you know about the options and give you a quote for how much it will cost to start the process.
You can then go ahead and start the liquidation online. We believe this is a faster and more efficient way of doing things and helps to ease your concerns.
If you do not want to start proceedings online you can call us or meet with one of our experts face-to-face.
Liquidations can seem complex and scary, but actually the process is quite straightforward.
From start to finish it usually takes around six to eight months to finalise the liquidation of a company. But as director, your obligations to the business will end as soon as the liquidator is appointed. The liquidator will handle the process, arranging creditor meetings, finding buyers for the assets and so on. You will only be involved if the liquidator asks for further information.
Once complete, the company is struck off the register at Companies House and ceases to exist.