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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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 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 »

How to Use LegalZoom As the Registered Agent?

A registered agent acts as the official address of your business or corporation. If your company is named in a legal action, such as a lawsuit or summons, the registered agent will receive service... Read More »

Who is PepsiCo's registered agent?

State laws require corporations and other legal entities to have a registered agent who can act on legal behalf of the entity. CT Corporation, a Wolters Kluwer company, is the registered agent for ... Read More »