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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I reserve a name for my Arizona LLC and what is the associated filing fee?

Reserving a name for your Arizona LLC involves a few crucial steps. Firstly, you need to ensure that your chosen name adheres to the state's naming guidelines.
This means it must include LLC, L.L.C., or Limited Liability Company, and should not contain words such as corporation, associated, incorporated, or any restricted words like university, attorney, or bank unless you have the necessary licenses and approvals. Also, avoid words that could cause confusion with state or federal agencies.
Once you've chosen a suitable name, you can reserve it for up to 120 days by paying a $10 filing fee. However, before you reserve the name, it's advisable to search the online database maintained by the Corporation Commission to ensure the name isn't already in use in Arizona.
Additionally, check if the URL for your preferred name is available and purchase the domain to build a website for your business.
After reserving your LLC name, you'll need to submit articles of organization to the state's Corporate Commission. This includes a cover sheet, statutory agent acceptance form, filing fee, and an attachment detailing the LLC's member/management structure. The filing fee for articles of organization is $50, with an additional $35 fee for expedited processing.
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