Sorry, im a bit confused..
So we cant take or use anything from old business?
what do you mean by identical filings?
what does the following mean? Thus, you can't use anything you don't buy from the old LLC to help prove that these are not identical filings. Also, you should have new officers, if possible with new bylaws, typf of business (if possible).
Filing comment - you said they dont need to look identical? what the old company and new?
So for instance the old company dba was "MOVERS" it would be prudent to name the new dba as "MOVERS?
ok thanks, XXXXX XXXXX how we cannot have same officer names when it is us?
if the dba was slightly changed would that be ok?
and lastly, if we dont file bankruptcy and open another location. but later file bankruptcy on the first location. Would the courts come after the second location
thanks, XXXXX XXXXX
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