A company is a legal entity, entirely separate from its directors and shareholders. A company “dies” when it is dissolved and is no longer on the Register of Companies. The most widely used method of dissolving a company is through liquidation.

Liquidation is final and the company will no longer exist after the process is completed.

Before you take any action to put a company into liquidation you should obtain advice about this procedure. Read our blog on the three types of liquidation available to companies

It is important you understand the liquidation process – so read our blog on what happens when a company goes into liquidation

There are other options available to you as well (click on each one for more detail):

Informal arrangement with your Creditors
Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), which is a formal version of the arrangement noted above

We will advise impartially, in confidence and free of charge on how to dissolve your company through liquidation.

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