Insolvency Disputes

Your search for finding the best personal insolvency and bankruptcy lawyer ends here. Our business bankruptcy lawyers are experienced in matters of insolvency and restructuring, irrespective of the size and nature of the business. Kangs is a commercial law firm having a team of efficient business solicitors offering insolvency litigation advice. Get rid of your financial problems by joining hands with trusted legal counsels experienced in commercial bankruptcy and insolvency service investigations.
Insolvency, Liquidation & Bankruptcy

Our team of insolvency solicitors acts both for and against Insolvency Practitioners. This provides us with a well-rounded view of both sides of the coin, which knowledge and experience we use to each client’s benefit. Don’t hesitate to get specialist advice from our corporate insolvency lawyers.

We are one of the top-rated bankruptcy law firms in London offering expert insolvency litigation advice. Our bankruptcy lawyers in London and Manchester manage all insolvency law related matters in the UK.

Our work for Insolvency Practitioners includes:

  • Recovery of outstanding Director Loan Accounts
  • Action against former Directors for:
    • Wrongful trading
    • Fraudulent trading
    • Transactions at under value
    • Disposals designed to put assets outside the reach of creditors
    • Breach of fiduciary duties

We are happy to provide an initial no obligation consultation at our offices in London, Birmingham or Manchester to explore the issues in your case and to provide an assessment of how we can assist you. We ensure all our clients the most-effective insolvency dispute advice in the commercial bankruptcy sector.

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What type of insolvency work do Kangs do?

Looking for expert insolvency and liquidation solicitors? We are one of the top-rated insolvency solicitors in the UK. We have particular expertise in advising in relation to the following:

  • Statutory Demands – issuing and setting aside
  • Winding Up Petitions – issuing and defending
  • Bankruptcy Petitions – issuing and defending
  • Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL)
  • Compulsory Liquidation
  • Administration
  • Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA)
  • Pre-Pack Administration
  • Director Disqualification Investigations & Proceedings
  • Claims against Company Directors
  • Representation at Insolvency Interviews (Section 235) & Court Examinations (section 236)
  • Restrictions on the Re-use of Company Names
  • Wrongful Trading & Fraudulent Trading
  • Company Restoration
  • Retention of Title Clauses
  • Insolvency Services Civil and Criminal Investigations
  • Asset Tracing & Asset Recovery
Who do Kangs act for?

Our team of specialist insolvency lawyers act for a wide range of clients including:

  • Individuals | Sole Traders | Partnerships
  • Limited Liability Partnerships
  • Companies
  • Insolvency Practitioners
  • Trustees in Bankruptcy
  • Administrators


The quality of the work and advice is outstanding. They provide a real cradle-to-grave service and they make sure their client’s case is well fought.
An acute attention to detail and a tenacity that clients really rate are features of this firm.
The team has substantial expertise in multi-jurisdictional financial regulatory investigations.
The lawyers are known for providing a very personal service from specialist and experienced Partners.
It has very bright individuals at all levels who know the system inside out.
Superior firm with that rare quality of being client centred and commercial at the same time and without detriment to either.
Particularly active in high value financial fraud cases.
The team is intelligent, hardworking and determined to do a professional job.
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