Protect Your Business with Our Registered Agent Service
Every business needs a Registered Agent to receive legal documents on their behalf. As a Registered Agent, we will accept service of process, annual reports, and other important legal documents on behalf of your business.
How Does Registered Agent Work?
Why do you need a Registered Agent?
A Registered Agent is a crucial component of any business. This service ensures that your company is always aware of any legal action taken against it and can respond in a timely manner
First Year Free, with any Virtual Office Plan
100% of Businesses in The United States Requires a Registered Agent
By using a Registered Agent, businesses can ensure that their personal information is not made public and is kept private and secure.
This means that the business owner’s personal address is not made public, which can be especially important for individuals who value their privacy or who may be at risk for identity theft or fraud.
This means that having a Registered Agent is not optional for businesses in the US, but is a legal requirement. Registered Agents are an important component of a business, as they are responsible for accepting legal documents on behalf of the business and ensuring that the business is aware of any legal action taken against it. This helps to protect the business and keep it in compliance with state requirements.
By using a Registered Agent, businesses can benefit from the expertise and experience of a team of professionals who can handle legal matters on their behalf, allowing the business to focus on its core operations and growth.
Frequently Asked Questions
A Registered Agent, also known as a Statutory Agent, is a person or company designated to receive official legal and tax communications on behalf of a business. This includes documents such as service of process, annual reports, and other state-required notifications. The Registered Agent is responsible for ensuring that the business stays compliant with state regulations and is available during normal business hours to receive important documents.
Our Registered Agent Service includes the designation of a professional, reliable Registered Agent to receive important legal and tax communications on behalf of your business. We will also provide you with a registered office address, ensuring that your business stays compliant with state regulations.
Yes, most states require that limited liability companies (LLCs, appoint and maintain a registered agent. A registered agent is an individual or a business entity that is designated to receive official legal and tax documents on behalf of the LLC. The registered agent must have a physical address in the state where the LLC is formed and be available during normal business hours to receive mail and legal papers. The registered agent’s role is important as they ensure that important legal documents are promptly received and acted upon, protecting the LLC’s good standing and avoiding potential legal problems.
Simply signup for any of our virtual office solutions that include a business address and we will throw in the first year of registered agent for free. After that, there will be an annual fee of $100 to continue using our registered agent service.
Yes, you can be your own registered agent for your LLC. However, it is important to consider that being a registered agent involves having a physical street address in the state where the LLC is formed and being available during business hours to receive legal and government mail on behalf of the company. If you are unable to meet these requirements or prefer to keep your personal address private, it may be more convenient to appoint a registered agent service like ours.
Yes, you can change your Registered Agent to our service at any time. We will assist you with the process and ensure a smooth transition. Fees may apply with the State registration offices to operate this change.