If an llc is formed in delaware can it be closed in delaware and then moved to a residing state?
Jeffrey Lippman ∙ September 10, 2019
About 2/3 of States allow you to domesticate your LLC (which means move the entity from the home state to a new state). The remaining 1/3 do not. The answer is not found in Delaware, but the new State. I recommend you schedule a consultation with the LegalZoom provider firm of that State for this information. Depending on the answer, you will know what you can do and then consult with the Delaware provider firm to learn how to conclude the legalities in Delaware.
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