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Yes, with one other person. I know we could dissolve and split what money we have earned 50/50. However, I wish to continue on with the name. So I offered her 100% of her money back. I did just notice that while the state did not ask for any other information to register the LLC the IRS did ask for how many people were in the LLC and I said 2.
Oh I intended on going to get keys, but what right do I have to them if we have not legally dissolved it, yes? So, if I have to go to court to dissolve without her permission, which I am going to assume she isn't going to give since she isn't answering my calls or emails.
How do I go to court to remove her? Can I remove her and keep the name since there is clientele? And I have no paperwork with her name on it, so how do I even prove she is part of it, if she denies it? I am confused as to how legally she is in it if her name isn't anywhere.
so, if I admit up front she is a member the only answer is to dissolve? All the rest of your answer I understand completely, and thank you for your time!
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