Frequently Asked Questions
What information is included in the Articles of Organization for an LLC?
The Articles of Organization for an LLC, or Limited Liability Company, is a crucial legal document that provides the state with fundamental information about your business.
This document is filed with the Secretary of State or the appropriate office in your state, and it can be submitted online, through the mail, or by fax. The information included in the Articles of Organization typically includes the name and address of your LLC, which should be unique and contain the phrase “Limited Liability Company” or a variation of it.
Another key piece of information is the name and address of the LLC’s registered agent. This individual or business entity represents your LLC in the acceptance and serving of legal papers and must be a resident of the state in which your LLC is registered or be a business authorized to operate in your state.
The Articles of Organization also include the names and signatures of the LLC owners. Once this document is approved, a certificate or document of acknowledgment is issued to confirm your LLC’s formal existence. Depending on the state, a filing fee ranging from $40 to $900 may be required.
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