Bankruptcy & suspension of payments

Almost every entrepreneur will have to deal with bankruptcy at some point in time. It may involve their own company or that of an important customer. Make sure you know your rights, obligations and the risks involved prior to and during bankruptcy proceedings.


If your company is no longer able to pay its debts, it’s best to seek advice in a timely manner in order to prepare for a possible bankruptcy or suspension of payments. Thorough preparation ensures that the risk for the director of a company is limited and that the company in question may make a quick restart.

Bankruptcy of a debtor

If your debtor is declared bankrupt, this does not necessarily mean that you will never get your money but you do need to take immediate action and find out if there are possibilities to prevent or limit your loss.

Ample experience in bankruptcy and moratorium proceedings

If your company is in dire straits, or if a debtor has been declared bankrupt, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our specialists will be happy to help you.

As we have extensive experience as liquidators in bankruptcies and also advise companies that are involved in a bankruptcy, we are able to offer you excellent guidance and advice. For an overview of the reports in bankruptcies in which we acted as liquidators click here.