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Insolvency and Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy and insolvency is a serious legal matter.

While the Bankruptcy Act and Corporations Act are designed to help people and businesses get a fresh start, if you make a mistake in handling your own proceeding, you may lose valuable property rights.

Speed can be critically important in securing your rights, especially when your personal or commercial financial interests are at stake.

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Insolvency & Bankruptcy

Sajen Legal recognises that speed can be critically important in securing your rights, especially when your personal or commercial financial interests are at stake. Bankruptcy and insolvency is a serious legal matter. While the Bankruptcy Act and Corporations Acts are designed to help people and businesses get a fresh start, if you make a mistake continue reading

Debt Management

Looking for a legal firm with a strong proven track record demonstrating great results and outcomes? Sajen Legal is widely recognised as the Sunshine Coast and surrounding regions’ only insolvency and bankruptcy law specialist. If you’re being sued, we provide the answers you need at a fixed price; satisfaction guaranteed. Debt Management / Settlement Services continue reading

Winding up A Business

Sajen Legal recognises that speed can be critically important in securing your rights, especially when your personal or commercial financial interests are at stake. Bankruptcy and insolvency is a serious legal matter. While the Bankruptcy Act and Corporations Acts are designed to help people and businesses get a fresh start, if you make a mistake continue reading

Liquidation

What is liquidation? Liquidation is the organised winding up of a company’s affairs. The purpose of liquidation of an insolvent company is to have an independent person take control of the company so that it can be wound up in a way that benefits the creditors and distributing any surplus among its shareholders. The three continue reading

Receivership & Voluntary Administration

What is Receivership? A company usually goes into receivership when a receiver is appointed by a secured creditor (usually the bank) who holds security over some or all of the company’s assets. The appointed receiver’s main role is to manage the assets of the business and to recover all or part of the debt for continue reading

Asset Protection

Asset protection to be successful must protect or significantly reduce a client’s risk by insulating their business and personal assets from the claims of creditors. It is an integral part of an individual, business or company financial strategy. The right advice in structuring your financial affairs is non-negotiable in today’s world. Our team are experienced continue reading

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