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Licensed Insolvency Practitioners

Sadlers is an independent firm of licensed insolvency practitioners. Based in York and undertaking appointments across the North of England and beyond, Sadlers specialises in agriculture, with significant experience in corporate restructuring & personal insolvency.

We provide a service to our clients, led by an experienced and qualified professional, offering practical, timely and cost effective advice when needed.

Corporate

 Help my company

Personal

 Help me

Creditor services

l'm owed money

Agricultural

I work in farming

We are proud of our website

We hope you find this website useful. It was developed specifically with you in mind.

Take some time to browse our competitors' sites and we know that we will stand out. Not a signpost, lifebuoy ring or lighthouse to be seen here. Just helpful information, written in plain language and with plenty of guides to download and keep.

Because we post new information to this website every week, if there's a question that you've searched for and can't find answered, please do get in touch and we will reply with the answer and put it on the website to help others too.

We really know our stuff. But then again, so do most of the 2,000 or so practitioners who hold a licence to take formal insolvency or restructuring appointments in England and Wales. What makes us different is our ability to take technical information and communicate it to all levels within a business; directors, management and shop floor. That's an art form. The way we approach each new client is different to our competitors too. We put you first and always will.

We are different (in a good way)

  • We have a proven track record of helping thousands of individuals and businesses through their financial difficulties;

  • Every strategy for each new client is unique but nothing fazes us. We've usually seen a similar situation before;

  • No-one will ever know your business or finances like you do, however, we want to come a close second and we will care as much as you;

  • We will be there, when you need us, with clear practical advice that's right for you;

  • We do not employ salespeople to screen our calls or hold initial meetings to see if you and your business are worth dealing with. Big or small, you will always be advised by a qualified professional and we won't waste your time;

  • Going the extra mile to find a solution is simply part of our everyday service;

  • If you want to carry on, we will always try to find a way for you to do so with the support of your creditors. If you've had enough, then we will close your business professionally and make sure that creditors receive everything that they are entitled to, but nothing more;

  • We have set our charging rates at levels that allow us to earn a living without being another financial problem for you or your creditors. We regularly work on agreed fixed fees to give you absolute certainty of what a piece of work will cost. We don't have shareholders that are pressing us for income that they are not involved in generating.

Contact us today. It could be the best business call you'll make.

What you'll find at this website

Just use the drop down menus at the top of each page or the links below:

  • What we do

    Sadlers is an independent firm of licensed insolvency practitioners.

  • Who we are

    With over 20 years' experience, Rob Sadler has seen & solved most financial problems.

  • Contact us

    Get in touch with Sadlers round the clock; by phone, email or through this website.

  • The legal niceties

    We set out the basis upon which you may use this website, explain how our cookies work & how we will protect your privacy.

  • Complaints policy

    We hope that you will never feel the need to complain about us, however, we explain how you may.

  • News

    Keep up to date with our news as well as what is going on in business locally and nationally.

  • Case studies

    Rob Sadler has taken many interesting or high profile cases.

  • CVL (Creditors' Voluntary Liquidation)

    Insolvent or Creditors' Voluntary Liquidation. What you need to know as a company director.

  • MVL (Members' Voluntary Liquidation)

    Solvent or Members' Voluntary Liquidation. Distribute surplus cash to the shareholders.

  • CVA (Company Voluntary Arrangement)

    A CVA allows your company to trade on when it has been under cashflow pressure.

  • Administration

    Administration protects a company from its creditors. We explain how.

  • WUC (Compulsory Winding Up)

    Compulsory Liquidation or Winding Up follows a petition to Court. What you need to know.

  • Receivership

    When a company's lender wants its money back they may appoint a Receiver.

  • Partnership insolvency

    Some corporate insolvency procedures are available to partnerships. We explain which.

  • What, how and why ?
  • Bankruptcy

    Bankruptcy need not be the end for you. We explain the effects & what you can do.

  • IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement)

    An IVA may help if you have personal cashflow difficulties. We explain how.

  • Debt Relief Order

    If your income, assets and liabilities are low then this procedure may help you.

  • Negotiate

    You don't always need a formal insolvency procedure to deal with your financial problems.

  • Agricultural businesses

    Farms & rural businesses in financial difficulty are hard to deal with. We specialise & can help.

  • Creditor services

    Owed money by a business or individual that won't pay? We can advise you.

  • Current insolvency issues

    Keep abreast of the latest issues in the world of insolvency and restructuring.

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