Business Dissolution

Looking to dissolve your business but don’t know where to start? Navigating the complex process of officially winding up your company’s operations and liquidating its assets can be challenging. Our team is here to assist you through every stage, from submitting the Certificate of Dissolution to drafting essential documents like the Plan of Liquidation and Board/Shareholder Resolutions. Let us simplify your business dissolution journey and ensure a smooth transition as you close this chapter.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    The dissolution of a company refers to the process of dissolving assets, closing any other accounts, distributing cash to creditors and shareholders, and ceasing all regular business activities.

    The processing time varies based on your company's state. However, in the state of Delaware, the Delaware Division of Corporations takes 5-7 business days to process the Certificate of Cancellation/Dissolution.

    While the dissolution process shares similarities between both company types, there are distinctions to note. In Delaware, dissolving a corporation requires filing a Certificate of Dissolution, whereas LLC dissolution requires a Certificate of Cancellation. Additionally, dissolution fees differ based on the company's structure.

    The cost of dissolving a business varies by state. Please contact us to learn more about state-specific dissolution fees.

    Yes, filing a Certificate of Renewal/Revival can bring a dissolved company back into good standing with the state and reinstate it in most states.
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