It is not yet certain that the company will continue to be out of compliance. Apparently the paperwork was filed incorrectly in January, and is yet to be seen whether or not my ex will send in the corrected paperwork. Per chance it becomes in compliance, and I have to voluntarily dissolve it...does that change the laid-off, fired, resignation scenario?
Response 1: No, it does not.
If it does come into compliance, what would I have to do to dissolve it?
Response 2: You need to follow the specific procedure set out by your Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development for dissolving a domestic partnership. This would entail filing Certificate of Cancellation or Statement of Cancellation form with the consent of all the parties. Click under your type of domestic partnership to download Certificate of Cancellation or Statement of Cancellation form:
As 60% owner of this S corp., it states that there must be a signed copy of all the shareholders concent to dissolve it. How do I resolve this if she doesn't concent?
Response 3: You would need to file a lawsuit against her to force her consent, unfortunately.