Business Closing Documents
Most individuals believe closing a business involves simply ceasing to conduct operations. While this may be true of sole proprietorship businesses, companies do not have this luxury. Corporations and LLC’s are separate legal entities As a result, they require properly shutting down the company. This dissolution proceeding often involves meeting(s) of owners and resolutions agreeing to the dissolution. Additionally, if the company has any outstanding liabilities this matter would also have to be resolved prior to dissolution. It could also involve listing a notice informing the public of the dissolution of the company. Even if the company is going to merge with another business, it may still need to go through these proceedings.
- Any business that need to shutdown corporation and/or LLC.
- Businesses with that have no creditors and wish to voluntary dissolve their business properly.
- Any business merging with another company.
Any business owner looking to sell or purchase a business. Perhaps a business is dissolving or being placed under new management.
Approximately 4-5 business days*
*Depending on Specifications