Frequently Asked Questions
What are the requirements for selecting an LLC name?
Choosing an appropriate name for your Limited Liability Company (LLC) is the first step in the formation process.
The name must meet certain requirements, irrespective of the state in which you wish to form your LLC. Firstly, the name must be original and not already in use by another company. This can be verified by conducting a search in your state’s LLC name database.
Secondly, the name must include the phrase “Limited Liability Company” or a variation of it. Lastly, the name should not contain any forbidden or restricted terms unless you have been authorized to use them.
Once you have selected a name that meets these requirements, you can register it when filing the Articles of Organization. Some states also allow you to reserve the name for a fee.
It's important to note that the requirements for an LLC name may vary slightly from state to state, so it's always a good idea to check with your state's Secretary of State or appropriate office to ensure you're in compliance with all naming rules and regulations.
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