Can I dissolve my LLC without my business partners consent in Utah?
1 attorney answer
Obviously these are not the kind of people you want to be involved with in a business. I can't give legal advice to your particular situation but I will say that a majority owner of an LLC generally has the authority to dissolve the business and divide up assets among the partners based on ownership interests but only after the company's debts have been satisfied. While you say you can't afford a lawyer, I think you can't afford to NOT have a lawyer. You might be able to find a lawyer who will do a thirty minute consultation for a fee you can afford. The State Bar has a lawyer referral service available to that end.
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