Yes but keeping the LLC
Individuals or entities doing business for profit under a name different from the owner's or the LLC name must file a Fictitious Name Statement with the registrar-recorder/county clerk office in the county where the business resides. In your case you would need to file an amendment (naming the new parties as the owners), or a withdrawal, which would allow the new owners to file their own assumption of the name. Once you file the DBA amendment, and the DBA is no longer affiliated with the LLC, contact all entities that maintain the LLC records and terminate those accounts.
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