Kentucky Entity Dissolution Information

Information on dissolving an entity's legal existence
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Dissolution is the process of closing out the legal existence of an entity. While ultimately, you will file Kentucky Articles of Dissolution to accomplish this, there are often prerequisites to handle first.

The most common prerequisites are obtaining a tax clearance certificate from the department of revenue and bringing the entity into good standing prior to dissolution. See the table below for more information on filing a dissolution in Kentucky.

Domestic Dissolution for Corporations:

Agency:Kentucky Secretary of State
Form:

Articles of Dissolution Profit - dissolution by incorporators or initial directors (IPD)

Agency Fee:

$40

Domestic Dissolution for Corporations:

Agency:Kentucky Secretary of State
Form:

There is no form. Articles of Revocation of Dissolution must be drafted in accordance with KRS 271B.14-040.

 

Agency Fee:

$15

Domestic Dissolution for Limited Liability Companies:

Agency:Kentucky Secretary of State
Form:

Articles of Dissolution

Agency Fee:

$40

Domestic Dissolution for Nonprofit Corporations:

Agency:Kentucky Secretary of State
Form:

Articles of Dissolution

Agency Fee:

$5

Domestic Dissolution for Professional Corporations:

Agency:Kentucky Secretary of State
Form:

Articles of Dissolution - Profit - dissolution by incorporators or initial directors (IPD)

Agency Fee:

$40

Domestic Dissolution for Professional Corporations:

Agency:Kentucky Secretary of State
Form:

There is no form. Articles of Revocation of Dissolution must be drafted in accordance with KRS 271B.14-040.

Agency Fee:

$15

Domestic Dissolution for Limited Partnerships:

Agency:Kentucky Secretary of State
Form:

Statement of Dissolution (SPD)

Agency Fee:

$40


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