A person or company can face insolvency when it is unable to pay its debts on time. If a company becomes insolvent, it may end up in formal administration.

Tisher Liner FC Law have been securing excellent outcomes for clients in insolvency matters for over 45 years. We act for liquidators, trustees and those facing liquidation, administration or bankruptcy. We can work through the issues and provide timely advice to help you address financial issues.

Tisher Liner FC have expertise in insolvency matters including:

  • Advising on Maximising Returns in Insolvency;
  • Deeds of Company Arrangement;
  • Winding up Companies;
  • Corporate Restructuring;
  • Unfair Preference Claims; and
  • Bankruptcy.

Our Experts

Principal Accredited Commercial Litigation Specialist

Simon Abraham

Simon has established a thriving commercial litigation practice and has secured exceptional results for the firm’s...
Senior Associate LLB (Hons), PgDip

Rob Oxley

Rob’s clients include large corporations and family operated businesses The success Rob has experienced over the...
Associate BA, LLB

Samuel McMahon

Samuel is known for his practical nature, aptitude for problem solving, strong communication skills and extensive...
Lawyer LLB, B.Com

Shelley Lae

Shelley is a tenacious and diligent lawyer, an integral member of the Owners Corporation Division Her role includes...

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