Maryland  |  Business Law

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Asked on: 5/20/13, 10:56 am

I am 50% owner of a MD closed Corp. I found many documents that my partner forged my name on as president, on a loan as a guarantor and on bank documents. I spent a year accruing large legal bills trying to buy her out (which she agreed to when I first confronted her with her actions). She has not cooperated, has refused all my offers and clearly doesn't want to buy or sell. I finally resigned as president and left. She now is running the business with no president, not giving me any financial documents or seeking my required shareholder votes on any decisions. I want the company dissolved. I am trying to file for involuntary dissolution but do not know how and can't afford more lawyer fees. There must be a form or standard protocol to submit to the circuit court. HELP!!

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