Why Use a Registered Agent?
A Registered Agent Must
A Registered Agent is a legal requirement
A registered agent is required on your business formation document in order to provide the public with a contact name and address for your business that is able to receive service of process. Service of process includes all types of documents related to lawsuits such as summons, writs, wage garnishment, trademark infringement, or any other document that might be addressed to you relating to a lawsuit.
You have options in choosing a registered agent
You can appoint an individual as your registered agent, as long as you provide a physical address where the person can be contacted during business hours. However, you must use a real person’s name; you cannot list your business name as your registered agent name.
Many businesses use a commercial registered agent like us to maintain their privacy and to relieve the burden of being available every day.
How It Works
What You Get
We are more than just a name and address!
We will do more than fulfill your legal requirement for a registered agent. All orders include Corpliance, our entity management and compliance tracking software.
Most states have required annual filings and trying to figure out your due date is confusing. Our Compliance Calendar will automatically load with your specific due date and will send you an email notification ahead of your due date so your filing doesn’t fall through the cracks.
Registered Agent Service
What is Corpliance? Our included online portal to track your business information and annual renewal filings with our customized compliance calendar automatically setup for you.
Registered Agent Pricing
Simple Annual Pricing
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Now including Corpliance®, Our Exclusive Account Management Web Application, Included FREE With Your Order.
All of our clients are offered free access to an innovative account management web application, Corpliance®. With access from any web-enabled device, authorized users may perform a variety of tasks including updating account and company information, viewing service of process documents and state correspondence logs, and have access to online ordering and billing.