I had my x-wife go to lawyers, legal zoom keep telling me i need this and that,costing me more money. Had her go to lawyers to see if what i got was good. Some how her name came back on it
You need to consult with an attorney and provide copy of the organizational agreement and operating agreement if on. If she is a member that means an owner and cand just remove. I don't she is a managing director or registered agent or officer can be removed but need to review the documents.
This is what happens with DIY online filings. There's much more involved than just filing the formation documents.
You need to consult with an attorney in private to review the documents.
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It is difficult to ascertain your situation from the limited facts presented by you. You should review all the organizational documents of the LLC with an experienced Business Attorney (rather than a virtual organization like LegalZoom) so that you might achieve your stated goal. Depending upon the terms of the operating agreement and the positions, if any, currently held by your ex-wife, the actions to "remove" her from the LLC will be apparent to your attorney.
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There is really not enough information provided to give you any kind of guidance. An attorney will need to review the documents and find out what happened and what needs to be done to protect your interest.
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