Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL)
If the company is experiencing financial difficulty and there is no prospect of continuing to trade then you should consider using a CVL procedure to wind down its affairs
We can guide you every step of the way through what can be a difficult and stressful period
A very quick, cost effective way of formally closing down a company and complying with your duties as a director
Protect yourself from legal action by taking professional advice and initiating the CVL process
What is a CVL?
A CVL is a formal process for voluntarily winding up a company when it is insolvent (defined by insolvency legislation as when a company cannot pay its debts as and when they fall due or where its liabilities exceed its assets).
When is a CVL appropriate?
This procedure is only appropriate if your company is insolvent. For example if:
- Its liabilities exceed its assets and/or
- It cannot pay its debts as when they fall due and
- There is no prospect of the company continuing to trade
What our customers say
Before I came to Umbrella.UK Insolvency I was in a bad place mentally due to debt because I believed I would be in my current situation for a long time to come. Umbrella Insolvency walked me through my options and helped me pick the best one. I am genuinely amazed at what they managed to do for me and can now afford to live comfortably, and without the constant worry of debt looming over me.
First of all, I would like to say a BIG Thank You for all of your assistance over the past year. I would not be in the positive state of recovery without Umbrella Insolvency. Your care and assistance at the application stage last summer, along with the advice throughout the year, has been great. I would not hesitate to tell anyone in my negative situation where to turn to.
Thank you so much for your help with my IVA. As an ex-company Director my life took a downward spiral when creditors from my liquidated company called upon my personal guarantees. I had been treading water for months, ran up credit card debts and borrowed from family. When a creditor instigated bankruptcy proceedings against me I thought I was going to lose my house. I contacted Umbrella.UK Insolvency who stopped all the phone calls and threatening letters. Umbrella Insolvency explained things in a way I could understand. They negotiated with creditors and my IVA went through, now I can sleep at night again and I kept my home. Thomas Fox was extremely knowledgeable and I truly thank him and his team.
I extend my appreciation of your professional efficiency in handling my company business and herewith say thank you.
I'd just like to thank both you and Tom for your help with the closure of my company. You have been highly efficient and very professional throughout. Thank you.
Umbrella Insolvency guided me as sole Director of my small limited company, and the shareholders, through every step of a Members Voluntary Liquidation in a very efficient manner. The steps required were clearly laid out and proactively managed by their licensed practitioner. From first meeting through to an interim distribution of funds to shareholders took only a few days in our case. Thereafter, Umbrella will be managing all of the downstream actions required to complete the process with HMRC and Companies House, through to the final discharge of the company.
*We don’t charge for an initial consultation, but it may lead to an insolvency solution where our pre-appointment costs are reimbursed as part of the fee structure that creditors approve.