The charitable organization founded by President Donald Trump and his family will shutdown, Attorney General Barbara Underwood on Tuesday announced.

The dissolution of the Trump Foundation will be supervised by a judge and follows a court decision last month in which Underwood’s lawsuit against the charity was allowed to move forward.

Dissolving the charity will include a distribution of assets to organizations approved by Underwood’s office.

The suit alleged the foundation was essentially a source of funds to advance both Trump’s business and political efforts.

Despite the charity shutting down, the lawsuit by the New York attorney general’s office will continue.

“This is an important victory for the rule of law, making clear that there is one set of rules for everyone,” Underwood said. “We’ll continue to move our suit forward to ensure that the Trump Foundation and its directors are held to account for their clear and repeated violations of state and federal law.”