Banks and financial institutions, Local Authorities, HM Revenue & Customs and many suppliers and private lenders have all approached us to advise and assist with getting their money back.
This assistance can be summarised as follows and is free unless we say, upfront, that we will need to charge for disbursements:
Insolvency documentation can, at first glance, appear very confusing. It is also easy to complete incorrectly, which may result in your claim not being lodged or not agreed to rank for dividend. In either situation, if a dividend becomes available, you won’t receive it.
At Sadlers we have completed countless forms and documents. We are, therefore, well placed to assist you with completing any paperwork you receive, quickly and correctly. You can then relax in the knowledge that you have done everything that you need to do.
Simply complete the form below, scan your documents and upload them to us. All via this website. We will then email you within 24 hours to confirm receipt and will advise you:
- What the documents are, if you’re unsure;
- How they should be completed; and
- What we can do to assist.
Insolvency is technical and complicated. Some of the letters and reports you will receive will be difficult to understand. It’s also easy to mistake what the underlying message actually is in a sea of jargon. The insolvency practitioner probably won’t be being deliberately vague, but they will be trying to include every piece of information that the law says should be there and this often confuses the matter.
We continually keep our jargon buster up to date. If you come across a term or phrase that we haven’t yet explained, please click here to submit it to us. We will then email you back with an explanation and add it to the glossary.
Alternatively, simply complete the form below, scan your documents and upload them to us. All via this website. We will then email you within 24 hours to confirm receipt and will advise you:
- What the documents are;
- What they mean to you; and
- What we can do to assist.
Meetings of creditors aren’t as common as they used to be. Consequently, when they are called, they are usually important. If you’re owed money and are invited to a meeting, we would be happy to come with you or attend on your behalf, so you can get on with your day.
If you receive notice, please simply complete the form below, scan the notice together with any other documents and then upload them to us. All via this website. We will then email you within 24 hours to confirm receipt and will advise you of our availability and what we can do to assist.
Many creditors approach us when they don’t know what their next step should be, or their legal rights are, when a debtor simply doesn’t pay when asked. We are happy to advise on how a debt may be collected and, in the right circumstances, will approach the debtor on your behalf. To be clear, we are not heavy handed and always try to find the best solution for everyone, but if a debtor could pay you and hasn’t or they are simply burying their head in the sand, then we have several formal techniques to assist you.