2. Services-Voluntary Liquidation and Company de-registration

If a company is insolvent and is no longer required, the shareholders can have a special general meeting and place the company into a voluntary liquidation.


  • The shareholders of the company effect the appointment, which can occur soon.
  • Liquidator's role to realise the company's assets and distribute the money.
  • There may be certain tax benefits of performing this type of liquidation in relation to distributions from the company.

Our firm has special expertise to perform these administrations for an extensive period of time and have a streamlined approach to these appointments to enable an effective and efficient approach to winding up companies under this option.

If a company is no longer carrying on a business and meets various specific criteria, an application may be lodged for de-registration. To be eligible for de-registration, the company must meet some specific criteria such as not having any liabilities and having agreement amongst all shareholders.

Cost savings associated with not conducting investigations into the affairs of the company. Our firm can arrange for the inexpensive de-registration of a company.