December 23, 2018, Comment off
FAQ’s About Delaware Registered Agents
Let me ask, does the words ‘Registered Agent’ mean anything to you?
Well, if you are about to set up a business, they should. Because they have
everything to do with your business. Let’s go over with the frequently asked
questions about a registered agent.
What is a Registered Agent?
A Registered Agent, also known as a statutory agent, is a business or individual nominated by your company to legitimately receive and send papers on behalf of your business- corporation or LLC. Most states require a registered agent for your business.
Delawarefile.com provides registered agent services for entities in Delaware.
Whet Does a Registered Agent Do?
A registered agent accepts your company’s tax and legal documents, ensuring that relevant information on tax payments, lawsuits or judgments involving your business is not missing. A registered agent may or may not have a role in the company itself.
The typical range of services offered by a registered agent include:
– Receiving Service of Process (SOP) documents for legal actions
– Providing compliance calendars for filing information (annual reports and tax returns)
– Scanning, storing and sending legal documents via email
– Mailing documents in need of a signature
At delawarefile.com, let’s
see what we can do for you:
You will get multiple email reminders to file your Delaware annual report on time. We also provide our clients with a tax filing service on our website so that you can easily keep your entity information in a fast and efficient way. With our entity filing service, you’ll always have online copies of your payment reports and history.
Delawarefile.com is a Delaware Commercial Registered Agent with remote access to the state’s filing system. Briefly, we are a company to assist you with keeping your information safe and secure, making filing, research, and retrieval services quick and affordable.
A corporation may need to make an additional filing after formation. You may have a company name change, in other words, Amendment or dissolve your corporation formally. In some instances, due to non-compliance with statutory tax payment obligations, you may need to revive your charter.
Information System(DCIS) allows us to access legal filings, obtain certificates
and submit UCC filings.
Why Do I Need a Registered Agent For My Company?
To explain briefly, every U.S. state requires businesses to have a registered agent with a physical address in the state.
Can I Be My Own Registered Agent?
Yes, you can as long as you have a street address in the State of Delaware. However, you must be available during all regular business hours. Acting as your own registered agent and using your home address as that of your registered agent may not be a good choice because your address will be publicly listed for anyone to see. In this case, hiring a professional registered agent service helps to protect your privacy.
Can I Change My Registered Agent?
Yes, you might want to
change your register agent for your LLC. If you want to get more information
about how to change your register agent, please click firstname.lastname@example.org
It Is a Must DO!
To keep your Registered
Agent informed of any changes to your company’s contact information is highly
important that we receive all official documents on your behalf and must be
able to accept and forward it to you. If you have any further questions, we are
always at your service, please contact