Dec 15, 2018 Last Updated 9:19 AM, Nov 30, 2018

Your business is in difficulty?

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You think your business is in difficulty? The CED can help you.

  1. Beneficiaries
  2. Services offered
  3. Conditions of access

The “Centre pour Entreprises en Difficulté” (CED) and the Brussels Bar have joined forces to provide effective help to businesses experiencing difficulties.
You have contract problems, difficulties with regard to an administration, summons, disagreements in relation to your lease, clients who do not pay and so on?
The CED can help you by providing free specialist advice from lawyers at the Brussels Bar.

 

1. BENEFICIARIES

LAssistance is provided to businesses in difficulty by the Brussels Bar free of charge to:

→ small and medium-sized businesses in difficulty

→ entrepreneurs – freelances in all sectors established in the Brussels-Capital Region.

 

2. SERVICES OFFERED

→ “First line” information and consultations: simple and practical advice, guidance,…

→ “Second line” information and assistance: assistance in negotiations with creditors,

→ Representation in court, intervention at one or more appearances of the business before the Chamber of Commercial Enquiries, the Commercial or Employment Court, ...

 

3. CONDITIONS OF ACCESS

To take advantage of this assistance service, freelances and businesses in difficulty must:

→ be in an objective emergency situation;

→ not have consulted a lawyer on the problem being encountered; be unable to bear the costs of a lawyer.
Contact the “Centre pour Entreprises en difficulté” and make an appointment with one of its advisers.

He will review your situation and guide you rapidly to a lawyer specialising in such situations.

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Tel: 02 643 78 48

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