Are you considering closing your San Diego LLC or business? You will need the experienced corporate dissolution and business attorneys at the Watkins Firm to provide sound counsel and guidance through this difficult period. There are several valid reasons to consider the dissolution of an LLC or a corporation. The underlying marketplace or business may have evolved or simply become more competitive, threatening the profitability and viability of your entity. You may become enmeshed in protracted business litigation or caught up in complex regulatory changes such as the impact of the recent Dynamex decision upon independent contractors. There may be substantial disputes between shareholders or members of your LLC.
Once the decision has been made to cease operations and close the business, a complex process must be undertaken to ensure the proper dissolution of your company while protecting you from future liabilities. The business dispute resolution attorneys at the Watkins Firm help to resolve any outstanding dispute. Once all disputes and contingent liabilities are resolved it will be necessary to retire all debts owed by your business and ensure the payment of any remaining taxes.
Closing your San Diego LLC or corporate dissolution will require the submission of forms to several federal, state and local agencies. Taxation and government agencies have specific requirements which must be fulfilled prior to seeking the final disposition of the business. In some cases a judicial dissolution may be sought by one of the LLC’s members or the shareholders of your corporation. The Watkins Firm works to reduce the time and expense associated with this process while working to resolve these disputes through our unique approach to negotiation, mediation or arbitration.
If you are considering closing your San Diego LLC or corporation we invite you to contact the Watkins Firm or call 858-535-1511 for a free consultation. Learn how our experienced business dissolution attorneys work to ensure all details are properly managed and completed while protecting you from contingent liabilities.