Frequently Asked Questions
What documents are required to submit articles of organization for an Arizona LLC?
To submit articles of organization for an Arizona LLC, you need to prepare several documents. Firstly, you need to have a unique name for your LLC that adheres to the state's naming guidelines. You can reserve this name for up to 120 days for a $10 filing fee.
Secondly, you need to designate a statutory agent who will handle legal paperwork on behalf of your business. This agent must be an Arizona resident or a corporation registered to do business in the state and must sign the Statutory Agent Acceptance form.
The main document you need to submit is the articles of organization. This document should include your LLC name and business address, the name and address of your statutory agent, the lifespan of the business if not perpetual, whether your LLC will be managed by members or hired managers, and the name and signature of the member who is submitting the filing.
Along with the articles of organization, you need to submit a cover sheet, statutory agent acceptance form, filing fee, and an attachment detailing the LLC's member/management structure.
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