Why can't you be your registered agent for a LLC?

Answer Every state requires an LLC (limited liability company) to have a registered agent. Your LLC must identify its registered agent at the time you file your articles of organization. The registered ag... Read More »

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What is a registered agent fee?

A registered-agent fee is charged by a third-party business or individual designated to receive official "service of process" (legal notice, subpoena or other official government communication) on ... Read More »

Can I be my own registered agent?

You can usually be the registered agent of your own Limited Liability Company (LLIC). According to Forming an LLC, you must have a registered office in the state where the LLC originated.... Read More »

What is a registered agent in terms of the SEC?

In a business, the registered agent is someone registered with the state the business was started in who receives and sends all legal paperwork for the business. Business financial reporting of int... Read More »

What does a lawsuit mean when it says registered agent?

Registered agents are commonly referred to as agents for service of process. defines an agent for service of process as an individual chosen to receive legal documents and tax notices for ... Read More »