Colorado Legal Solutions | Stephen Harkess
Your LLC can file bankruptcy, although usually it isn't necessary. A company that has been liquidated is usually judgment proof anyway. However, since business owners are often personally liable for the most significant business debts, the liquidation of a company often leads to a need for personal bankruptcy. You should talk to an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
Answer Applies to: Colorado
Ashman Law Office | Glen Edward Ashman
Get a lawyer. The fact you are asking this question tells us how far over your head you are. Business debtors do not do credit counseling. But corporate debtors CANNOT file without a lawyer (that's prohibited by law) and as a general rule an LLC would not need to file a case. Usually an LLC just closes. What you need to worry about is personal liability. See a lawyer.
Answer Applies to: Georgia
Janet A. Lawson Bankruptcy Attorney | Janet Lawson
Only individuals have to do it - but you can do it for $5 at Consumer Bankruptcy Counseling.info (I had a dispute with a clerk and it was easier to resolve since the client had taken the class. Some hassles are not worth fighting.
Answer Applies to: California
Law Office of Maureen O' Malley | Maureen O'Malley
If none of the debts have personal.liability, just close out the business. If there are personal debts you file as an individual d/b/a and do all an imdividual is required to do, including credit counseling, perhaps plus some, such as p & l, 2 years of tax returns, etc.
Answer Applies to: Virginia