Matt Roloff from Little People Big World has too much on his plate right now, and things aren’t looking up. Fans were shocked to find out that his farm business had been “dissolved” by the state of Oregon. The LPBW star purchased 30 acres of farmland in the 90s when he had moved to Oregon from California. But after more than three decades of running it successfully, the state declared his business to be “inactive.” So, has Matt Roloff lost everything? Does he no longer own Roloff Farms?
LPBW: Matt Roloff’s Farm Business Is “Inactive” Now! Loses His Trademark Name?
Matt Roloff posed as the president of Roloff Farms Inc. He began this business with his ex-wife Amy Roloff, who was the secretary for the same in 2016. But as time passed, the LPBW couple got divorced, and he became the sole owner of the farm. But it looks like the Oregon Secretary of State has now dissolved his business. That’s because the TV star failed to file the paperwork for his annual report. Usually, he has done so by February of every year. Hence, in April, the state declared Roloff Farms Inc to be inactive.
The LPBW fans still don’t know if it was a conscious decision or if Matt intentionally let his business go inactive. So far, the celebrity has not yet commented on the matter. Many fans wonder if losing his business also means he has lost the trademark name, ‘Roloff Farms’, for his property. But, again, no one from the show or the family has addressed the issue. Hence, there is no clarification about this. Matt’s business going inactive also means that he has lost his business license for the farm.
Viewers have been wondering how Matt will be running his Airbnb. But the details for his rental on the website suggest that customers still have the option to book the property for a cozy stay till the end of the year. Hence, it is still active. Further reports suggest that Matt’s Roloff Farms Inc business “doesn’t exist” legally anymore on paper as per the Oregon Government standards.
LPBW: Is Matt Roloff Illegally Hosting The Pumpkin Season On His Farm After Losing His Business?
When Matt Roloff put 16 acres of his farm up for sale, the future of the pumpkin season looked bleak. Avid LPBW fans are worried that the tradition and the annual celebration are going to come to an end. But, last month, in March 2023, Matt Roloff clarified this burning question. He took to his Instagram stories to tell viewers that he will be hosting the pumpkin season this year as well. The castmate very excitedly told his fans that they should “mark their calendars” as he will be conducting the iconic pumpkin season in October.
But now that the news of Matt Roloff’s inactive business is out, fans wonder if the TV celeb would be hosting the event “illegally.” But as mentioned above, he has not yet shed light on the state of Oregon “dissolving” his business. However, looking at how Matt is still giving private tours and renting out his big house as an Airbnb, he will most likely have no legal troubles while inviting fans over for the pumpkin season in October. Yet, viewers are looking forward to the castmate giving more clarification about the same after the declaration of the “inactive” Roloff Farms Inc. business. How do you feel about this? Tell us in the comments below. Keep checking TV Season & Spoilers for all the latest LPBW updates.