A man living in New Hampshire set up a software consulting company, and created a LLC under which he operated his company. The LLC holds some software that he developed for his customers. He hopes to license the software to customers.
Since that time, he moved to Massachusetts. He is interested in setting up a new LLC in Massachusetts for his consulting business. However, he is not sure what to do with his New Hampshire LLC or its intellectual property. Ideally, he would like to have one LLC and have that single LLC hold all of the intellectual property, and he would prefer that to be the Massachusetts LLC so that he doesn't have to work through a foreign LLC with his Massachusetts clients.