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Why do I need a registered agent?

State agencies require LLCs and Corporations to retain and uphold a Registered Agent when they form their business.  The appointed Registered Agent will be the main point of contact between your establishment and the Secretary of State or other government office. The Registered Agent will help receive service of process, correspondence, and other legal notices that may arise.

Pricing and Products

First Time Registering



Same Day Filing with the Secretary of State
Initial Articles of Incorporation
Registered Agent Services

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After 1st Year


billed annually


Filing of Annual Report and Registered Agent
Services for 1 year

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Starting at


+state fees

Contractor License
Foreign Qualification
& More


Sole Proprietorship
General Partnership
Limited Partnership
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP)
Professional Limited Liability Partnership (PLLP)
Limited Liability Companies
Limited Liability Companies (LLC)
Farm Limited Liability Companies
Professional Limited Liability Company (PLLC)
General Business Corporations
Farm Corporations
Professional Corporations
Mail Service
Non-profit Organizations
Reserved Name
Trademark or Service Mark
Employer ID Number (EIN)
Certificate of Good Standing (Starting at $10)
Change of Registered Agent
Business Formation Forms/Agreements

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