Our department is highly regarded as a leading provider of personal bankruptcy legal services in the North West of England.
We understand the pressures facing our clients and offer clear and straightforward legal advice that always puts their best interests first. When faced with the prospect of personal bankruptcy, stress often seems unavoidable. The central aim of our expert practitioners is to provide our clients with peace of mind, so that they can rest easier in the knowledge that their case is being handled by a seasoned professional who is doing all they can to achieve a desirable outcome.
Our personal bankruptcy solicitors draw on decades of experience when outlining all available courses of action for each individual case they undertake. Whether you are being threatened with bankruptcy, through statutory demand or otherwise, or if you wish to challenge the legitimacy of ongoing bankruptcy proceedings, we know from experience that early intervention and meeting key deadlines are both essential to achieve a swift resolution. We also act on behalf of clients that are being sued by another individual’s trustee in bankruptcy in the event they are looking to recover funds.
Our commitment to exceptional client service
We take pride in our approach to client service, maintaining clarity in advice, transparency over cost and seeking to add value for our clients wherever possible. Unlike other law firms, we guarantee that your case will be handled by a senior member of the Slater Heelis team rather than a junior paralegal. This experience is essential when looking to achieve the best possible outcome from any personal bankruptcy case.
As Head of our Personal Bankruptcy department, Elizabeth Wilkinson is a seasoned commercial litigator who is known for her proactive approach and expertise dealing with personal bankruptcy cases. Elizabeth is also frequently recognised as a recommended lawyer within the Legal 500 directories.
What our clients say about us…
“Slater Heelis has given myself kind words and sensible unreserved advice to my many questions which has, without a doubt, sped up the progress, thus reducing costs, a refreshing change and very much appreciated. You are indeed a credit to your profession.”