We specialize in liquidation of companies in Estonia.
Our mission is to provide reliable and efficient completion of business processes.
We offer a full range of services for enterprise liquidation. Our specialists will help you conduct the liquidation procedure with minimal losses and in accordance with Estonian law. We take care of preparing all the necessary documents, conducting audits, and completing financial operations.
- Legal integrity
- Quick execution of procedures
- Comprehensive approach
We offer consulting services on matters related to business liquidation and restructuring. We have extensive experience working with enterprises of various ownership forms and sizes.
- Deep knowledge of legislation
- Individual approach
- Possibility of remote consulting
Assistance in Business Reprofiling
If you are considering not liquidation but reprofiling your business, we can offer you comprehensive support at every stage of this process.
- Finding optimal solutions
- Support at all stages of reprofiling
- Economic efficiency
Not sure how to properly liquidate or reprofile your business?
Contact us today and receive a free consultation from experts!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the liquidation procedure?
The liquidation procedure is a legal process of terminating a company’s operations followed by the distribution of assets among creditors and shareholders. This process is regulated by law and requires compliance with specific legal steps.
How long does it take to liquidate a company?
The timelines can vary depending on the complexity of the case, but on average, the procedure takes from 3 to 6 months.
Can I save on liquidation services by doing it myself?
While it’s theoretically possible to perform the liquidation yourself, it’s risky due to potential legal and financial pitfalls. Professional services can help avoid possible mistakes and save time and resources.
What is included in the cost of liquidation services?
The cost usually includes the preparation of necessary documents, legal support, conducting an audit, and consultations. Additional expenses may arise depending on the specific case.
What is business reprofiling and when might it be preferable to liquidation?
Reprofiling is the change in a company’s primary line of business with the aim of adapting to changing market conditions. This option may be preferable if the company has promising assets or competencies that can be used in a new direction.