I must start by saying that you should seek legal advice from a business attorney as soon as possible. The second thing that comes to mind regarding your question is the principle “piercing the corporate veil.”
Piercing the corporate veil occurs when a court sets aside limited liability and hold a corporation's shareholders (SHs) or directors personally liable when it comes to the conclusion that the corporation was merely an alter ego of the SHs/directors. At this point, the wrongful SHs/ directors are treated as if they are agents of the corporation. A major factor used to justify piercing the veil is when the SHs/directors deviate from corporate formalities. Other factors include:
- Commingling the corporation’s funds with your own personal banking / credit accounts
- Shareholders are holding the corporation as their own (lack of substantive separation)
- A small number of SHs, who have an active hand in management
- Purposeful undercapitalization
If any of those factors apply to your corporation then you should probably contact an attorney.