(a) After the dissolution of the limited liability company pursuant to Section 10A-5-7.01, the limited liability company shall file articles of dissolution in the office of the judge of probate of the county in which the certificate of formation was filed. The articles of dissolution shall set forth:
(1) The name of the limited liability company.
(2) The date of filing its certificate of formation.
(3) The reason for filing the articles of dissolution.
(4) The effective date of the articles of dissolution, which shall be a date certain, if they are not to be effective immediately.
(5) Any other information the members or managers filing the articles deem appropriate.
(b) The articles of dissolution and two copies shall be delivered to the judge of probate. If the judge of probate finds that the articles of dissolution conform to law and that all fees prescribed in this chapter have been paid, the judge of probate shall:
(1) Endorse on the articles of dissolution and on each copy the word "Filed" and the hour, day, month, and year of the filing.
(2) File the articles of dissolution in the office of the judge of probate and certify two copies.
(3) Issue a certificate of dissolution to which a certified copy of the articles of dissolution shall be affixed, and return the certificate of dissolution with the certified copy of the articles of dissolution affixed to the representative of the dissolved limited liability company.
(4) Within 10 days after the issuance of a certificate of dissolution, transmit to the Secretary of State a certified copy of the articles of dissolution, indicating the place, date, and time of filing of the certificate.