What is director disqualification?
It is a process whereby a person is disqualified for a specified period between 2-15 years from being a director of a company. That director, once disqualified cannot be involved in the formation, promotion or management of the company.
A director disqualification can have a disastrous effect on your reputation and your ability to run your business, so it is vital that you seek legal advice at the earliest possible opportunity. Our team of expert lawyers specialise in insolvency matters, including director disqualification proceedings.
If you have received a letter from the Insolvency Service or you believe you may soon receive a letter, our team of specialists can assist you through this process. Our team can also advise you on the potential impacts on other business interests you may hold.
If you want to speak to a member of our team for a confidential discussion on concerns you may have relating to directors disqualifications please either complete our contact us form or call us directly on 01908 414990.
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