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Can the state come after me personally for these fees?

Warrenton, VA |

I started an LLC in DE back in 2010.. I never even filed the papers to do business, agreements. It is a shell basically, with name and me as owner. I haven't paid the 250 dollars a year fee for last 4 year... In June it will be come void. After that happens can the state come after me at a later date a try to collect money?

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Attorney answers 1


Yes. The reason that people formally dissolve the LLC is that if the LLC assets were distributed to you personally, creditors or claimants against the LLC may sue you personally - you could lose the presumption of liability protection. Unfortunately, you have to reinstate the LLC to then dissolve it.

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