Do the temporary changes to insolvency law mean that you won’t get paid? Sort of. You should get paid eventually (if the debtor makes it through these challenging times), but your options to force a company or individual into insolvency will be delayed. TIP: With these changes, it is now supercritical to properly assess the [...]
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Are you going to be personally responsible for your company’s debts? We explain how to make sure you are protected.Andrew2018-08-07T09:47:32+09:30
The personal consequences of insolvency for directors continue to deepen. Set out in this article are some indicators of when you should be taking advice on your potential exposures.
If your customers are not paying your invoices on time this may indicate they are under financial stress – which should be of a concern. However, more often, it merely demonstrates a lack of respect. In either case, dealing with late payment excuses quickly and firmly is needed to set your relationship back on track.
Do your clients see you as a bank - or worse, a charity? We strive to assist you in recovering debt by using a range of services, from negotiation to litigation.
Did you know that there are free tools available which allow you to monitor the corporate and security activities of companies?
The Corporations Act puts some limitations on the priority of directors’ entitlements on a winding up…