If you are owed money from a debtor company, there are two reasons why you should consider initiating liquidation proceedings.

However, commencement of liquidation proceedings is a great strategy to obtain payment from a debtor company.

Payment is the goal.

However, the commencement of liquidation proceedings is a great strategy to obtain payment from a debtor company.

Here, Brent Norling discusses the two reasons why you ought to consider commencement of liquidation proceedings.

Brent discusses the ‘squeaky wheel’ strategy and the benefit of removing the option for voluntary liquidation.

Hope is not a strategy. So, if you are serious about collecting money owed to you, we offer a FREE 30-minute legal consult if you learn how to take matters into your own hands:

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