Insolvency Administration

Our main concern is the preservation and continuation of the insolvent company. For creditors, this has the advantage of better satisfaction of the claim, as a going concern solution is regularly more profitable than the liquidation. In addition, jobs and economic structures are secured. Insolvency Administration involves far more than just economic, but also social responsibility. We stand by that.

Our co-operating Tax Consultants also guarantee under the insolvency administration:

  • Creation and monitoring of financial forecasts for going concern
  • Development of economic evaluations
  • Solution to complicated accounting issues
  • Preparation of financial statements, tax returns
  • Contestation and enforcement of any liability against shareholders and CEOs

Our forensic department conceives alternative solutions under Company Law and enforces debt collection. Even complex and extensive insolvency proceedings can be processed in a short time.

By the creditor information system GIS, the parties have the possibility of direct online information.

Our insolvency administrators:

  • Dr. Thilo H. Korn, LL.M., Lawyer, Certified Specialist Lawyer for Insolvency Law, Certified Specialist Lawyer for Labour Law
  • Sarah Müller, Lawyer
  • Nadine Höfner, Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), Certified Legal Business Administrator, Certified Insolvency Clerk

Your Contact:

Locations (meetings by prior appointment only):

  • Karl-Tauchnitz-Str. 10, 04107 Leipzig
    Tel. +49 341/98411-0, Fax. +49 341/98411-199
  • Am alten Bad 5, 09111 Chemnitz
    Tel. +49 371/2714-150, Fax. +49 371/2714-151

Creditor Information System

  • Click here for the creditor information system (GIS).
    Already registered creditors can get information on the state of the insolvency proceedings.
    To access you need the access code communicated to you by the responsible insolvency administrator.
    Please note in any case the general information, the privacy policy on the Contacts page, and the existing deadlines for the respective procedural.