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No matter how well you run your finances, there’s always a chance of something going seriously wrong.

It's often something completely beyond your control: a cashflow problem, an unpaid invoice, a contract that’s fallen through. Individuals are just as vulnerable as businesses: sickness, redundancy or plain bad luck can suddenly make your life very difficult. Creditor pressure is the most likely reason for your visit to our website. Are you being chased by a financial institution, a supplier or HM Revenue & Customs? We can relieve that pressure.

You can’t take back what’s happened, but you can choose what you do next, and there may be more options than you think.

Bishop Fleming is one of the top 20 business recovery and insolvency firms in the UK. We’re highly qualified and experienced, and we can provide the guidance and support that you’ll need to make your way through the maze of insolvency.

We cover the whole of the west of England, with offices in Bath, Bournemouth, Bristol, Exeter, Gloucester, Plymouth, Torquay, Truro and Worcester.

The quicker you act, the more chance you’ve got of being able to save your business or personal affairs. We’re happy to meet you for a free, no obligation discussion to see how we can help you do that.


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Women more likely to become insolvent than men for first time – R3 comments

In a statement released on July 15th 2015, R3, the trade body for Insolvency Professionals have revealed that women are more likely to become insolvent than men for the first time. Commenting on the gender and regional personal insolvency statistics for England and Wales in 2014, Phillip Sykes, President of R3, the insolvency trade body, […]

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‘Breathing Space’ from creditor enforcement

‘Breathing Space’ from creditor enforcement needed as last chance for debt advice, says insolvency profession. In anticipation of a forthcoming government review,  a new report launched by insolvency trade body R3 states that financially distressed individuals should be given a 28 day break from creditor action as a final opportunity to receive professional advice on how to […]

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