tm logo

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the requirements for an individual to become a member of an LLC?

The requirements for an individual to become a member of a Limited Liability Company (LLC) are relatively straightforward. The primary requirement is that the individual must be at least 18 years of age. This is a standard requirement across all states in the United States. It's important to note that LLC members are not required to be U.S. citizens. They can be individuals who are not U.S. citizens, legal immigrants, or United States foreigners. In addition to individuals, other organizations such as pension plans, trusts, another LLC, a corporation, or a holding company that owns the LLC can also be members. An individual retirement account (IRA) can also be an LLC member. However, if the LLC is taxed as an S-corporation, each shareholder must be an individual. LLC members cannot be a corporation or business of any kind in this particular situation. In some states, you may be required to identify specific LLC members, but this is not a requirement in every state. If you're operating a Professional LLC, you will most likely be required to identify members and provide proof of relevant licenses for examination and approval by the state.

Ask us a question

Post us your question and we will get back to you

Need a quick help?

Schedule a call with our attorneys to resolve your queries