Title 14, Chapter 2, Section 943
(a) The court may dissolve the corporation if it finds that:
(1) There are one or more grounds for judicial dissolution under Code Section 14-2-1430; or
(2) All other relief ordered by the court under Code Section 14-2-941 or Code Section 14-2-942 has failed to resolve the matters in dispute.
(b) In determining whether to dissolve the corporation, the court
shall consider among other relevant evidence the financial condition
of the corporation but may not refuse to dissolve solely because the
corporation has accumulated earnings or current operating profits.