Dissolve Your Business

Only $125 plus state fees.

Closing Your Business?

Dissolving a corporation or LLC can be a difficult choice to make, particularly if you have invested a lot of your time and energy into creating it. However, it may be the best decision if the business is no longer successful, you are pursuing a new venture, or the shareholders are ready to liquidate the assets. This will bring an end to the tax filings and other associated obligations with maintaining a registered business with the secretary of state.

The Articles of Dissolution will set out the conclusion of operations as an incorporated organization. They define the conditions around the ending of a company. This could include the sharing or sale of resources, how investors will be given recompense and obligations divided among managerial staff.

What Is The Process for Dissolving A Business?

It is important to determine which state you are filing in and make sure you are in compliance with the state‘s specific requirements. Depending on the state, you may need to include certain information in the articles of dissolution, such as the name of the corporation, its purpose, the address of its registered office, the name and address of its registered agent, and the names and addresses of its officers.

The articles of dissolution must be signed by the proper corporate officers and may need to be notarized or authenticated to be valid.

Depending on the state, the documents may also need to be published in a newspaper or sent to certain other government agencies.

Should I Dissolve My Business On My Own?

Filing Articles of Dissolution is an important step in the process of dissolving a business. Without filing the Articles of Dissolution, the business will remain legally active and can be held liable for any debts or obligations it has incurred.

By filing the Articles of Dissolution, the business is officially dissolved, and any outstanding debts or obligations must be dealt with before the dissolution can be completed.

Using Filthy Rich Idea simplifies the process by providing guidance and tools to ensure that all necessary documents are filed correctly and ontime.

Filthy Rich Idea's
Business Dissolution Service

Filthy Rich Ideas Business Dissolution Service ensures that the dissolution process is done correctly and efficiently. It also includes personalized consultation with an experienced attorney-at-law to ensure that the dissolution is done in compliance with state and federal laws. Gain peace of mind knowing that the dissolution of your business is done correctly.