Business law

Bankruptcy law

Bankruptcy law

Whether it is your own company that is bankrupt or in danger of going bankrupt, or your counter-party, we can assist you in both cases. We can discuss your options when, for example, your ailing company threatens to take your other companies with it. In addition, you may be involved in a bankruptcy case and the receiver does not recognise your claim or security right. You may want to restart the company, but the receiver is not open to this.

The lawyers at De Haij & Van der Wende can test the work of the processing receiver and assess whether action should be taken. Several actions are then possible that can change the course of the settlement of the bankruptcy, such as sending a message to the delegated judge, a complaint to the professional organisation against the receiver, or summary proceedings. You can take many actions that might change the course of the bankruptcy settlement. We will work with you to determine your position and devise a strategy.

You can contact us in the event of bankruptcy or suspension of payments with respect to yourself or your counter-party. We have a great deal of knowledge and experience to put your interests first and achieve the optimum result.