We have been helping directors successfully defend disqualification proceedings since 2002. In that time we have helped 100's of directors deal with the claims and get on with their lives. We can help find the best solution for you too.
If a director disqualification order is made, an individual cannot, without permission of the of the court:
- be a director of a company;
- be concerned in any way whether directly or indirectly in the promotion formation or management of a company;
- be a liquidator or administrator of a company;
- be a receiver or manager of a company’s property.
Our expert team of director disqualification solicitors at Francis Wilks & Jones are here to help you with any type of director disqualification enquiry. Contact one of our expert friendly team now for your initial consultation. Whatever your director disqualification requirements, we can show you examples of similar cases we have successfully assisted with.