Legal advice on insolvency: Insolvency proceedings

Our bankruptcy lawyers advise companies and self-employed entrepreneurs who find themselves in insolvency and are unable to meet their payment obligations. Given the economic situation generated by the COVID -19 pandemic, many companies are finding themselves in a difficult economic situation. We invite you to make a free initial consultation for legal and financial guidance.

What are the requirements? In order to file for insolvency proceedings, the company must prove that it is unable to meet its obligations on a regular basis and that it is in a state of actual or imminent insolvency.

Why is the competition being used? In order to refloat the company and also to prevent the partners from being liable with all their assets, the idea is to reach a payment agreement with the creditors that is beneficial for the company, taking advantage of the suspension of the lawsuits, executions and seizures pending as a consequence of the declaration of the insolvency proceeding.

Does the contest have a submission deadline? Yes, the debtor is obliged to file for insolvency proceedings within 2 months of becoming insolvent, if he fails to do so within the time limit, he will incur liability and will eventually be forced to liquidate the company.

What if there are no assets to reach agreements with creditors? The company is directly liquidated and extinguished.

How do our commercial lawyers work in insolvency proceedings?

  • Request for declaration of bankruptcy.
  • Preparation of balance sheets and inventory with assets and liabilities.
  • Negotiation of debts and drafting of the insolvency agreement.
  • Protection of the administrator against possible civil and criminal liabilities due to the mere declaration of bankruptcy.
  • Liquidation of the company if it does not succeed in refloating.

Incorporation and dissolution of companies in Spain and the United Kingdom

Our corporate lawyers advise entrepreneurs who want to create a corporate structure for their business.

How do our commercial lawyers work?

  • Reservation of the corporate name before the Mercantile Registry.
  • Opening of the bank account and advice for the deposit of the capital stock.
  • Drafting of the company's bylaws according to the number of partners, capital, administrative bodies, etc.
  • Drafting of internal agreements between partners -. Parasocial agreements-.
  • Modification of bylaws, corporate name, parasocial agreements of active companies.
  • We give our customers the possibility to expand their business to the United Kingdom.

Our commercial lawyers, with the support of our economists and managers, offer accounting, tax and labor advice.

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Drafting of commercial contracts

Our commercial lawyers provide legal advice to entrepreneurs, freelancers and businessmen in their business and design the strategy to shield and protect your business from any liability by drafting contracts in private document or before notaries.

The commercial contracts most in demand in our office are:

  • Loan agreement.
  • Join Venture Agreement.
  • Confidentiality agreement.
  • Franchise agreement.
  • Commercial agent contract.
  • Professional collaboration contract.
  • Commission contract.
  • Financial contracts: KYC and CIS.
  • Mandate contract.
  • Commercial surety contract.
  • Lease of premises and coworking space.
  • Data protection LOPD.

Challenging corporate resolutions

Our litigation lawyers, experts in commercial law , provide legal advice to the partners of companies in order to defend their corporate rights with respect to the corporate agreements agreed upon and that may infringe their rights.

How do our commercial lawyers work in the resolution of commercial disputes?

  • They accompany the client in all phases of the procedure, from the representation in meetings, to the challenge of corporate resolutions in court .
  • Exercise of liability action against the company.