LLC Dissolution or Termination in Wisconsin

Are you a business owner looking for Wisconsin LLC ​Statement of Dissolution or Termination ? With the ever-changing nature of business, sometimes it’s important to LLC Dissolution or Termination your LLC to ensure the most accurate records are kept.

There are various ways to do this based on your state. This guide will walk you through the steps to correctly do this for yourself in Wisconsin:

Fill out Form 510

This form is available here for download. Once downloaded, fill it out like so:

  1. Enter the name of the entity being dissolved or terminated
  2. Check box if the entity is being dissolved or terminated
  3. Enter the signature, date, printed name and title of the authorized representative
  4. List the name of the drafter
  5. Select an effective date (if applicable)
  6. Fill out the contact information form

There's multiple ways to submit this form - online, by mail, via fax, in-person.

Submit it online

  1. Go to
  2. Click start
  3. Enter entity name or entity Id and search record
  4. Click on Select and next
  5. From the dropdown, identify the effect of the filing
  6. List the name of the drafter
  7. Select the date of execution
  8. Enter the title of the authorized representative and check box
  9. Enter the name of the executor
  10. Enter the effective date (if applicable)
  11. Enter the contact information (optional)
  12. Review
  13. Pay

Submit it by mail

  1. Submit one original to the State of WI-Dept. of Financial Institutions, Box 93348, Milwaukee WI, 53293-0348, together with a check for the $20.00 filing fee payable to the Department of Financial Institutions.
  2. For express or priority U.S. mail, please mail to the State of WI-Dept. of Financial Institutions, Division of Corporate and Consumer Services, 4822 Madison Yards Way, 4th Fl., North Tower, Madison WI, 53705.

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