Say an LLC is sued. My understanding is that the lawyer fees and money you pay for damages comes from the LLC's bank account, since your personal assets should be protected (assuming you haven't pierced the corporate veil).

What is stopping someone who is pretty sure the LLC will lose the lawsuit from liquidating the company and thus not being able to pay out damages, because the company is now worthless? Are there consequences to doing that?

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