Company dissolution procedure – summary

From shareholders deciding they wish to retire to the assets and goodwill of a company being sold to a new owner (as opposed to a share sale), there are many reasons why business owners choose to dissolve a company.

In addition to helping you register a company, we can help you dissolve your limited company, ensuring all the legal procedures are followed. We will file all relevant forms on time and ensure that the company is shut down properly, satisfying all legal requirements. Our service includes filing with Companies House, completing all paperwork and keeping your records current and compliant.

Voluntary dissolution, sometimes called striking a company off or winding a company up, is a slow process that can be taken by any business as long as it has not, in the previous three months:

Why should I close my limited company with Sure Formation Ltd?

  1. Avoid filling complicated forms
  2. Avoid stressful legal processes
  3. Ensure the dissolution process is handled the right way to ensure speedy and accurate completion

The process of dissolving a limited company is simple and relatively inexpensive. Companies limited by shares (LTD) and companies limited by guarantee (LBG) can submit a form DS01 with a payment of £10 to Companies House. Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP) have to submit form LLDS01

Why close my company?

  • Save money and time on filing of annual accounts and confirmation statements
  • Avoid the risk of fines and prosecutions for late filings
  • Avoid having an involuntary dissolution on your public record as a director, protecting your reputation as a director
  • All the work is done by us, all you need to do is electronically sign the application to dissolve
  • We will use our best endeavours to iron out all problems and obstacles

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