When a business entity fails to timely file an annual report, fails to maintain a registered agent, its duration expires or in several other situations, the Secretary of State may administratively dissolve that entity.
The Secretary’s authority to do so is normally granted by statute, and upon dissolution, an entity may no longer carry on its business other than to wind up, liquidate and pay off its creditors.
An entity may apply to have an administrative dissolution rescinded, and become reinstated, by filing reinstatement documents that impose different requirements according to each State. The process is time consuming and most of the times implies more than one filing.
The Active Filings’ services include Reinstatement Filings. However, since this process can be complex, it is not possible to provide you pricing information without having the following information:
- State of formation
- Type of entity
- Date of formation
- Date of dissolution
- Company name
- Registration or filing number (if any)
It is necessary that you contact us first before we can tell you exactly how much is going to cost and how long the process can be. Click on the link below to send us an email with the required information: