The president of a large construction company with the form of a limited liability company came to our Firm after his investors decided to withdraw their funds from the company, as they didn’t see the point in making further investments due to the LLC’s insolvency. The president represented the single-member management board and realized that only he would be held responsible for the company’s insolvency. To make matters worse, the president and his wife had significant personal property in the form of lots of real estate, bank deposits, cars, etc. They also had some joint property. So the president was worried that if his investors ceased capitalising the operations of the company, he would be forced to terminate it and, at the same time, would not be able to pay back all of its creditors. It is important to note that in the face of this difficult situation, the company concluded certain contracts which, after their execution, would quickly restore its financial liquidity.