Remaining a Director after Disqualification

Director Disqualifications Defence Solicitors

We are a specialist insolvency litigation practice and assist directors of companies in defending claims brought against them.

Remaining a Director after Disqualification

It is possible to remain a director of a company post-disqualification, if you have received permission from the court to continue to act as a director.

If you continue to act as a director without obtaining the necessary permission, you can be found liable to face a fine or even risk imprisonment.

Our expert director disqualification solicitors can assist you in obtaining this permission from the court, by making an application under Section 17 of the Company Director Disqualification Act 1986, enabling you to continue in business, with various safeguards being in place to protect creditors.

Free Initial Discussion

For an initial free, no obligation, discussion to see as to whether we are best placed to help by either calling us on 0207 889 0100 or emailing us on enquiries@westlondonlaw.co.uk and we’ll promptly call you back and assess the situation.

Funding and Solicitor’s Costs

We are able to talk you through the best options for you which include:

  • Fixed Costs Consultations
  • Fixed Fees
  • Staged Engagements (where the scope of engagement is defined)
  • No-Win No-Fee Conditional Fee Agreements (CFA)
  • Funding Options – Litigation Finance and Funding
  • Adverse Costs Insurance – ATE Funding
  • Debt Based Agreements (DBA) – contingency style arrangements

How to make contact

To find out more about how we can help and to discuss your legal case, please call us on 0207 889 0100 or email us on enquiries@westlondonlaw.co.uk.
We can assist wherever you are based, and we also have offices in London.

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