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If I have filed personal bankrupcty against creditors of my

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If I have filed personal bankrupcty against creditors of my LLC and if I dissolve the LLC, and there are no assets, why would I have to file bankruptcy for the LLC if a creditor sues it?-- which is expensive to do.
If the LLC has no assets, property, money or other holdings, there is no need to file bankruptcy for it. Any judgments against the LLC would be uncollectible if there are no assets.
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