Insolvency Australia, Bankrupt Australia, Bankruptcy Australia

Insolvency Australia, Bankrupt Australia, Bankruptcy Australia

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At Liquidation Service we are highly experienced insolvency specialists. We assist people who are concerned about their business debts and are considering Voluntary Liquidation. We provide professional and friendly advice.

At Liquidation Service we offer a FREE initial consultation without obligation. If you have insolvent trading concerns call us now on 1300 795 575.

Our team brings you the expertise, knowledge and experience to help you make the right decisions in recognising and dealing with the stress of debt and the prospect having your business close its doors.

We have offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and the Gold Coast and help clients from all over the country through the entire liquidation process.

We offer a price competitive solution. Because we are not constrained by high overheads and a burdensome administration structure we are able to offer competitive fees using flexible payment arrangements designed to suit each individual’s financial situation.

Our Liquidation Service starts from $3,950 and can help you put your company into liquidation within 24 hours. We can help you from the comfort of your own home. There is no need to visit one of our offices to get your liquidation completed.


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