Business Dissolution


Description

Dissolving a business entity ends its existence. This protects you against tax and other liabilities and formalities such as filing annual reports.


What is included?

  • Initial consultation to evaluate your needs
  • Prepare official written consent of owners to dissolve, as applicable
  • Prepare meeting minutes and resolution to dissolve, as applicable
  • Prepare required forms of notice for all mandatory meetings, as applicable
  • Completion of business’ Articles of Dissolution
  • Submission of Articles of Dissolution and filing fee with the Secretary of State
  • Draft and mailing of official notice of dissolution to known claimants, if any
  • Prepare and provide instructions on publication of official notice of dissolution to unknown claimants
  • Completion of any other necessary tasks to dissolve the business

What is not included?

  • Filing and other administrative fees

Service offered by:

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