Forensic Accounting & Litigation Support

We draw on our forensic financial and legal experience to deliver detailed reports to assist actions for fraud investigations.

Our team of highly skilled accountants have experience in forensic investigations involving large corporations and smaller independent businesses to identify issues, provide independent commercial advice and support and documentation for legal proceedings.

This experience and skill enables us to quickly and efficiently identify areas of concern, then take a realistic approach to a thorough investigation and the development of a detailed strategy plan.

  • Submit Enquiry

    Submit an online enquiry for a personalised Recovery Plan to be prepared for you.

  • Recovery Plan

    Your Recovery Specialist will develop and present you with a Recovery Plan.

  • Financial Freedom

    Your Recovery Plan is commenced and your journey towards a financial fresh start begins.

Our People

Our accomplished team, led by Directors Paul Langdon and Ian Grant, brings decades of expertise in corporate insolvency, business restructuring, and bankruptcy solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens to my debts when I’m bankrupt?

Unsecured debts, such as credit and store cards, personal loans, bills, overdrawn bank accounts, and fees, are frozen and eventually extinguished upon discharge from bankruptcy. Some debts, like court fines, child support, and certain education debts, are not covered under bankruptcy.

How is my credit file affected?

Credit reporting agencies retain bankruptcy records for either 5 years from the bankruptcy date or 2 years after bankruptcy ends, whichever is later.

Who will know I’m bankrupt?

Your bankruptcy is publicly recorded in the National Personal Insolvency Index (NPII), which includes your disclosed personal details, proceeding type, administration number, trustee's details, and proceeding status.

How much can I earn?

There's no income limit during bankruptcy, but if your after-tax income exceeds a threshold, compulsory payments may apply based on your dependants.

What are contributions?

Income contributions may be required if your income surpasses the set threshold. Your trustee can use these contributions to repay debts. Payments are typically 50% of income above the threshold and are calculated by your trustee.

Can I apply for Centrelink?

Bankruptcy doesn't affect your eligibility for Centrelink benefits.

Is my spouse's income affected?

Only your income is assessed for compulsory payments; your spouse's income doesn't impact this assessment.