Legal Advice for Dissolve a Business — 9 results
Written by attorney Barry Evan Haimo, 11 months ago.
Founders are filled with excitement when forming a new business. They visualize hitting their projections, rolling in money and living the good life. Unfortunately, for many reasons that... more
Written by attorney Barry Evan Haimo, over 1 year ago.
Limited Liability Company (LLC) interests are characterized aspersonal propertyunder Florida Law. Everyone that forms a business entity to limit their personal liability does... more
Written by attorney Samuel Eastman, 9 months ago.
Due to recent changes in Nevada law, particularly increases to annual fees and increased enforcement of business license requirements, many LLCs have been relocating to Wyoming. This guide... more
Written by attorney Gregory Poulos, over 4 years ago.
File the Right Documents with the State In a general partnership, every partner is liable for debts incurred by the others for the benefit of the partnership. If your state has a... more
Written by attorney Clifford Lawrence, about 4 years ago.
The following is a general guide to dissolving a corporation under the South Carolina Business Corporation Act of 1988, as amended.
The shareholders and directors of the... more
Written by attorney Douglas Pettibone, almost 4 years ago.
Dissolving a Limited Liability Company, or LLC, is a legal process whereby the members of an LLC decide they no longer want to operate business and generally want to divide up the assets if... more
Written by attorney Shawn G. Pearson, over 4 years ago.
Best Practices for Dissolving a Nevada Corporation
it happens to every corporation the time comes for the corporations affairs
to be wound up and its assets distributed.... more
Written by attorney Christopher Cobb, about 2 years ago.
By: Christopher M. Cobb, Esq. and Rachel Heidenberg, Candidate forJuris Doctor, May 2013
A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a business entity structure which is allowed by Chapter 608,... more
Written by attorney Gregory Brown, almost 4 years ago.
is a Partnership?
partnership is an association of two or more persons to carry on as co-owners
a business for profit. California Corporations Code 16101(9).
The legal... more