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How to Dissolve an LLC / Corporation

When a business entity is no longer doing business, it is very important to follow the legal steps in “winding itself up” as a legal entity. This is accomplished by filing Articles of Dissolution and Active Filings can help you with this complex filing too.

All business entities (corporations, limited liability companies, etc) are legal entities which can only be dissolved through formal action, that is, by filing articles of dissolution with the state of formation. Only the state can terminate the existence of a business entity that was created under its authority.

Getting Started

Our fee to prepare and file articles of dissolution or – withdrawal documents- is $299.00

State filing fees as well as any tax you may owe will be calculated once we have received your order. We cannot tell you in advance how much your company may owe to the state until we get a tax clearance.

Please notice that you will have to provide financial statements as well as other accounting documents. We will tell you what you need to do in order to terminate the existence of your business entity.

In case of Foreign Corporations or LLCs, when they are not going to conduct business in a particular state, the process of canceling the certificate of authority is called withdrawal.

Active Filings can assist you by filing the appropriated documents with the state, to terminate your duties in that state.