my LLC has a lease we are going to default on... can i be held personably liable for balance?
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The answer depends on the lease and on the manner by which you conduct the business of the LLC. It is possible that your lease has personal liability attached and/or under certain circumstances the limited liability shield of the LLC can be pierced.
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