Legal Question in Business Law in Colorado
How do I add a co-owner to an LLC in the state of Colorado?
Asked on 5/08/17, 7:52 am
1 Answer from Attorneys
Robert Murillo Pivotal Legal Ltd.
You review the operating agreement and follow those terms to the letter. If you have no operating agreement, then the members hold a meeting (with proper minutes) or approve this by written consent.
If you don't have a solid written operating agreement done by an experienced business attorney, get one. This is absolutely critical and in 18 years of practice I can't even count how many times problems came about from some crap form people get online. If you have multiple members you need a complete agreement. Mine run some 40 pages and up.
Answered on 5/08/17, 8:02 am
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