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Are the officers resigning? Are you the sole shareholder? Are you a director?
Thank you for the additional information.
So, there are no documents you need to file with the federal government to change corporate officers.
You can also wait to file annual report to show the new officer taking over.
Otherwise, the departing officer gives the board of directors a letter of resignation and the board appoints a replacement and documents the change in its minutes which it signs and adds to the corporate minute book or file.
It is a fairly simple process.
No for merely changing a corporate officer.
The shareholders do not change just because an officer resigns. Are shares changing hands as well?
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