Pearce & Heers is a specialist accounting firm helping people avoid personal and corporate insolvency. Our goal is to help clients avoid bankruptcy or liquidation. If that is not possible, we administer all types of formal insolvency appointments.

To help our clients, we offer a full range of advisory services including business advisory, restructuring and turnaround solutions, arranging ATO payment plans, negotiating settlements with creditors, resolving disputes and generally assisting clients minimise the impact of any formal insolvency appointment.

Since Pearce & Heers was founded in 2002, we have helped hundreds of businesses and individuals in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and around Australia achieve the best possible outcomes during difficult financial times. If you or your client are in need of assistance, we offer a free, confidential, no-obligation consultation. Make an appointment today and let us show you how we can help.


  • General Advice and Assistance
  • Turnaround and Restructuring
  • Negotiations with the ATO
  • Debt Resolution and Settlement
  • Members’ Voluntary Liquidation
  • Director Penalty Notices


  • General Advice and Assistance
  • Business Turnaround Solutions
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Debt Negotiation and Settlement
  • Voluntary Liquidation
  • Court Appointed Liquidation
  • Voluntary Administration
  • Receivership


  • General Advice and Assistance
  • Debt Resolution and Settlement
  • Personal Insolvency Agreements (Part X Arrangements)
  • Section 73 Compositions
  • Bankruptcy
  • Part IX Debt Agreements


We can help you avoid liquidation or bankruptcy. Make an appointment today to find out how.


We can help you achieve the best possible outcome. Using our 5-step process, we’ll explore all options before helping you with a solution.

  • 1
    Get in Touch

    Calling or emailing us is the first step to solving your problems.

  • 2
    Initial Consultation

    Every client’s situation is different, so we’ll gain an understanding of your situation before determining the best course of action.

  • 3
    Understand the Options

    We’ll consider all options to avoid liquidation or bankruptcy . This can include turnaround and profit improvement strategies, informal debt settlements, negotiating payment plans with the ATO, restructuring and other solutions.

  • 4
    Decide on an Action Plan

    Once you understand your options you can make an informed decision on the best course of action.

  • 5
    Implement a Solution

    We’ll help you implement the best possible solution.


We assist with everything from debt settlement negotiations to business turnaround and administering formal insolvency appointments. We’re happy to offer a free consultation to consider all options available.


Our friendly team of experts has decades of combined experience assisting clients with financial problems and administering formal insolvency appointments.

  • Mark Pearce
    Mark Pearce


    Mark is one of the founding partners of Pearce & Heers. By virtue of his extensive insolvency expertise and experience, Mark is well placed to oversee the management of the firm. He also specialises in providing assistance with options other than formal insolvency appointments. So please contact him to discuss how he can assist you.

  • Andrew Heers
    Andrew Heers


    Andrew is one of the founding partners of Pearce & Heers and has extensive experience in providing advice and assistance in both corporate and personal insolvency matters across a diverse range of industries.

  • Michael Dullaway
    Michael Dullaway


    Michael is a Partner of Pearce & Heers. He is a Chartered Accountant and Registered and Liquidator and has a broad experience in providing assistance to distressed businesses and administering all types of insolvency appointments.

  • Johanna Bond
    Johanna Bond

    Manager, Brisbane

    Johanna Bond (she/her) is a Manager who works in the Pearce & Heers Brisbane office.  She completed a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) in 2019 with the Queensland University of Technology. She has also completed her studies with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and will soon be a professional member. …

  • Anthony Perricelli
    Anthony Perricelli


    Anthony is a Manager at Pearce & Heers Brisbane Office. He has over 18 years of corporate and personal insolvency experience across a diverse range of industries. He has also previously gained more than 15 years’ corporate experience as a financial controller in various business industries. Anthony has a Bachelor of Business – Accounting degree, …

  • Nicholas Dobrosklonsky
    Nicholas Dobrosklonsky

    Supervisor, Brisbane

    Nicholas is a Senior Accountant in Pearce & Heers’ Brisbane office. He has had extensive experience trading small businesses and has more recently developed his abilities in corporate and personal insolvency with Pearce & Heers.

  • Cameron Burnett
    Cameron Burnett

    Cameron is an Insolvency Practitioner with Pearce & Heers, joining the firm in 2023. He has over 10 years as a legal practitioner and 21 years experience in banking and finance loss and mortgage recovery. His legal experience includes commercial practice, commercial property and retail leasing, civil litigation, debt recovery, asset management and general practice …

  • Zachary Lange
    Zachary Lange

    Zachary Lange embarked on his journey with Pearce & Heers as a graduate, bringing a distinctive skill set cultivated through diverse roles across industries such as financial services, management consulting, and commercial accounting. At Pearce & Heers, he plays a pivotal role in guiding clients through intricate insolvency challenges. His focus extends to providing comprehensive …


We’ve helped numerous clients avoid liquidation or bankruptcy or implement strategies to deal with the effects of these types of insolvency appointments. Here are some of their experiences.

  • In an unfortunate series of events our Directors were faced with Director Penalty Notices issued by the ATO.  We sought advice with and subsequently engaged Pearce & Heers to assist us with the negotiation with the ATO to obtain a solution. This resulted in a good outcome, with a manageable payment plan to alleviate the debt without any further measures needing to be taken by the ATO.  I would happily recommend their services.

    Julie, Company Director

  • The team at Pearce & Heers is always available to provide straight answers and assist clients who are going through a lot with business not going well.

    Jay, Accountant

  • Losing your business and financial security is a very stressful time for anyone but dealing with the team at Pearce & Heers made a very difficult time that little bit easier. I would definitely recommend you talk to Pearce & Heers if you find yourself in a difficult situation such as ours.

    Kate, Business Owner

  • Many thanks for your email and your ongoing advice. You are helping me through a hard time and I am most appreciative.

    Toby, Company Director

  • Just wanted to thank your team for your awesome help and looking forward to working closely with you all in 2017.

    CM, Accountant

  • Pearce and Heers has always been a helpful for both myself and my clients. Their assistance has enabled me to expand the options available to my clients ensuring they are offered holistic advice. They are and will continue to be my insolvency practitioners of choice.

    Daniel, Lawyer

  • Since the day we were introduced to Pearce & Heers via our accountant, they have provided us with ongoing friendly support. Importantly, we have been treated with decency and respect. There would be no hesitation in recommending Pearce & Heers to anyone who finds themselves in this very difficult and uncomfortable situation.

    Peter & Kim, Business Owners


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Brisbane Qld 4000


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