The Insolvency Service (the Insolvency Service)
Calculate how much statutory redundancy you can get based on age, weekly pay and number of years in the job
Search the Individual Insolvency Register for details about bankruptcy orders, Debt Relief Orders, Individual Voluntary Arrangements, and restrictions orders and undertakings
How to apply for bankruptcy: how long it lasts, bankruptcy restrictions, what happens to your home and assets when you're bankrupt
Claim money if you've lost your job because your employer has been made insolvent
Alternatives to bankruptcy and the different types of agreements you can make with your creditors
How to close a limited company - strike off, dissolution, voluntary liquidation - or allow to become dormant
Claim compensation if your employer is insolvent and you weren't paid for your notice period
If your employer is 'insolvent' this means it cannot pay its debts - your rights if this happens, claiming money owed to you, where to get advice
How to apply for bankruptcy online: how much it costs, get help paying the fee, what you’ll need
Check if someone is disqualified from being a company director, when their disqualification starts and ends, why they were disqualified
Statutory demands are a formal way of asking for a debt to be paid - get the forms to send, cancel or set aside a statutory demand
Use a mediation service, send a statutory demand, go to court or make someone bankrupt if a person or business owes you money
Compulsory and voluntary liquidation, the liquidation process, how liquidation affects company directors and the role of a liquidator
Search for details of companies involved in insolvency proceedings, liquidation, frozen assets
Complain about or report company for breaking the law or committing fraud, running scams, or selling faulty products of services
Get contact details for official receivers in England and Wales
Find out what help you can get if you cannot pay your debts
When you can be disqualified from being a director of a company - how the process works, investigations, what happens if you're banned
Find a licensed insolvency practitioner in your area.
Making someone bankrupt is one way to recover money owed to you – bankruptcy petition fees and download a guide to creditor bankruptcy petitions
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