To dissolve a Colorado Corporation, one or more authorized corporate officers must file an Articles of Dissolution form. The form should be completed and submitted to the Colorado Secretary of State once the shareholders have fully authorized the action.
The best way to file Articles of Dissolution for a Colorado corporation is via the online form on the Secretary of State’s website. Simply go to http://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/business/main.htm and click on “affecting an existing record” under the “File a document” heading. A specific date may be indicated for delayed dissolution of the corporation, or the dissolution can become effective immediately.
Required information includes the following: the name of the business entity, the mailing address for the principal office, and the name and address of the person or individuals causing the document to be filed. Additionally, the form must include a statement that expressly indicates that the corporation is dissolved.