Hello and thanks so much for writing to me. I will need just a little bit more information before I can respond:
Have you contacted your corporate attorney for assistance in this matter? Have you reviewed your original articles of incorporation and/or bylaws? They probably spell out in detail (1) what needs to be done in case of a dissolution and (2) how to handle dispute resolution. Please read it carefully before you write back to me.
I'll look forward to your response!
BTW, sometimes there can be a delay of many hours before I can get back to you. Be patient; I won't forget you, and I can usually respond within no more than 8 hours.
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