Company Dissolution Service

If a limited company is no longer needed,  the directors have the option to request its removal from the Companies House register. This process is called "Voluntary Company Dissolution". It involves formally closing the company and settling its affairs and assets, thus ending the company's existence.

As a company director, you can save both time and money by using our services for filing annual accounts and confirmation statements. By doing so, you can avoid the risk of late filings and the resulting fines and prosecutions. Additionally, our services help you avoid involuntary dissolution, which can negatively impact your reputation as a director. All of the work is done by us, and all you need to do is electronically sign the application to dissolve. We'll make every attempt possible to get over any issues or challenges that may come forth.


Company Dissolution Basic

In our basic package, we will complete all of the necessary documentation to dissolve your UK limited company.

Package includes:

  • Company dissolution
  • Filing with Companies House

£49

Company Dissolution Standard

In the standard package, Affotax will complete all the necessary documentation to dissolve your company and submit the final set of accounts before closing the LTD.

Package includes:

  • Prepare final accounts
  • Filing with Companies House
  • Affotax pays your filing fee
  • Company dissolution

£149

Experience the Remarkable Advantages of Our Company Dissolution Services:

📊 Simplified Compliance: Unburden your business effortlessly with our efficient compliance solutions, ensuring a hassle-free path through the intricate process of company dissolution.

🔒 Data Security: Safeguard your sensitive information with our robust data security protocols, providing you peace of mind during every step of the company dissolution journey.

📋 Expert Handling: Entrust your company dissolution to seasoned professionals who navigate the complexities with finesse, ensuring a seamless process from start to finish.

🗣️ Dedicated Support: Experience unparalleled customer service with our dedicated support team. We're here to help you with company dissolution every step of the way.

⏱️ Resource Savings: Maximise your efficiency and minimize costs with our resource-saving strategies, letting you focus on your core business while we handle the intricacies of company dissolution efficiently and economically.

Our professional team can assist you in every step of the process, ensuring a hassle-free and efficient dissolution of your UK company. By opting for our services, you can rest assured that your company dissolution process will be handled with utmost care and professionalism.🚀📈

FAQS:

1. What is Company Dissolution? 

Company Dissolution refers to the legal process of closing a company. It involves settling affairs, distributing remaining assets, and terminating the company's legal existence.

2. What is Strike Off?

Strike-off is the process of removing a company from the official register maintained by Companies House due to non-compliance and inactivity, etc.

3. What is a DS01 Form? 

A DS01 form serves the purpose of dissolving a limited company and striking off its name from the Companies House register. By doing so, the company ceases to exist legally.

4. How do Dissolution and Strike Off differ? 

Dissolution is a voluntary process initiated by the company, while Strike Off can be initiated by Companies House or the company. Dissolution involves formal closure, while Strike Off removes the company from the register without a formal winding-up process.

5. What are the steps involved in Company Dissolution? 

The Dissolution process entails settling debts, obtaining clearance from creditors, preparing required documentation, obtaining shareholders' approval, filing forms with Companies House, and notifying stakeholders.

6. What are the consequences of Company Dissolution? 

After Dissolution, the company ceases to exist, and its assets are distributed to shareholders or creditors. However, directors and shareholders may still have legal obligations even after Dissolution.

7. How does Strike Off work? 

Strike Off involves notifying the Companies House of the company's inactivity or voluntary closure. Companies House will remove the company from the register after a specified period unless there are objections.

8. Can creditors object to Strike Off? 

Creditors have the right to object to Strike Off, which may halt the process, and further steps may be necessary to address outstanding matters.

9. How long does the Dissolution or Strike Off process take? 

Dissolution can take a few months, while Strike Off can take several months, taking into account processing times at Companies House, objections from creditors and other factors.

10. How can your services assist with Dissolution and Strike Off?

Our services provide expert guidance and support throughout the Dissolution and Strike Off processes, handling documentation, compliance, and communication to ensure a smooth and legally compliant closure.

If you have any queries or require additional information regarding Company Dissolution and Strike Off, please feel free to contact us. We are here to assist you at every step of the process.

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