When deciding to dissolve a corporation, you should first look to the shareholder’s agreement or other corporate documents to see if they have any provisions for corporate dissolution and the manner in which it should be undertaken. In the absence of that, you may be able to use the alternative dispute resolution procedure, such as arbitration or the hiring of an expert to assist you in dissolving the corporation. But in the absence of that, you will need to rely upon the Florida statutes and seek court dissolution of the matter, and in that regard, the best thing you can do is hire a corporate litigation attorney to assist you in protecting your rights.