Personal Insolvency Advice

Gibson Hewitt have been providing personal insolvency advice for over 20 years.  We pride ourselves in offering bespoke solutions to our clients’ problems in a professional and sensitive manner.

If you are experiencing financial difficulties there are several alternatives available to you.  Bankruptcy is not the only option.  It can be important to understand the alternatives available to you as selecting the right procedure for your individual circumstances can make a material difference.

If you think you might need some personal insolvency advice it is important to take advice immediately.  An initial meeting with us to discuss your options is free, with no obligation.

If you are a sole trader or a partner in a partnership there are procedures which allow you to continue trading, in the right circumstances.

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Gibson Hewitt are members of R3 – The Association of Business Recovery Professionals.  R3 members are all fully qualified and regulated professionals, enabling you to obtain expert and timely information that can be vital when facing a financial crisis.  If you are unsure who to turn to for advice read the R3 factsheet on how to get the best advice here

Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) or Bankruptcy – Which is better?

Gibson Hewitt cover the Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey regions including West Byfleet, Woking, Guildford, Weybridge, Walton, Reigate, Surbiton and many more.

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