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Unless the operating agreement states otherwise, a member can withdraw from the LLC at any time after giving 30 days' written notice to the other members. If a member's withdrawal is in violation of the operating agreement or is due to wrongful conduct by the member, that member can be held personally liable for any financial damages caused by the withdrawal from the LLC, including the cost of paying another person to perform services promised by the withdrawing member.
Here I strongly recommend a judicial dissolution or some type of agreement with the other member to allow you to withdraw.