Why Contact Dissolve?
Over The Last Decade, 10,000+ Companies Have Trusted Dissolve’s Expertise In Insolvency.
At Dissolve, when you call us to discuss your business circumstances, our goal is to help you figure out what the “least drastic solution” is. In short, our advice is genuine.
In about 50% of the calls we receive from companies struggling with insolvency, we are able to recommend a path forward for the director that does not involve liquidation.
And if you do decide that liquidation is the right choice, we are the most cost-effective and efficient option in the market.
Initial consultation options include:
—as little or as long as you like
In this stressful time, it can be difficult knowing what to do next—and it’s important to act quickly if your company might be insolvent. This is where a registered liquidator can help you understand your company’s options.
Are you facing any of these challenges?
If your company is insolvent or near-insolvent, you may be facing some of these challenges. Our team is familiar with all of them and how to address them.
Incurring new debts while the company is insolvent can result in personal liability. This is a significant concern for directors. Chat with our team for advice tailored to your unique circumstances.
The ATO is the largest creditor for most businesses. While they can be lenient and tend to be open to payment arrangements, they also have special legal powers that can make you personally liable for tax debts.
Director Penalty Notice
If a creditor has issued you a statutory demand for debts owed then contact us quickly – a statutory demand means a creditor is on the path to putting your company into liquidation.
If you’re struggling to meet payroll there are mechanisms in place that can protect your employees in the event of a liquidation.
Our primary service is to assist directors in assessing whether company liquidation is the right choice, and if it is, we can liquidate them cost-effectively and efficiently.
Introduced in January 2021 during the COVID period, a Simplified Liquidation is generally cheaper and simpler to execute while having some prerequisites.
Used to liquidate an insolvent company, a Creditor’s Voluntary liquidation is the most common type of liquidation.
Used to liquidate a solvent company as an alternative form of winding up its affairs. Member’s Voluntary Liquidation has advantages over deregistration for example certain tax benefits or to avoid the company being reinstated.
A formal appointment of a liquidator by order of a judge, usually as a result of legal actions being taken by creditors.
Are you considering a company restructuring instead? We’re still the right people to talk with and we have a company restructuring sister organisation as well.
Our professional memberships
Dissolve is a specialist insolvency firm. Our liquidators have been appointed to over a thousand companies in the last 10 years.
Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand
Association of Independent
Board Member in-house
Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association
Stories from our customers
I recently referred a client to Dissolve Company Liquidators. Dissolve helped my client work his way through a very difficult period. I was very impressed with the professional and prompt assistance that Dissolve was able to provide to my client. Highly recommended.
A have referred a number of matters to Cliff and his team over the years and I have always been very impressed with their quality and professionalism. I wouldn’t hesitate to work with them again.
Cliff and John from Dissolve are Chartered Accountants and provide great Corporate Recovery and Insolvency advice. They both worked with one of the big 4 accounting firms. I worked with them on a project in 2019 and their advice was practical and helpful.