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Connecticut requires you to appoint and maintain a registered agent in the state. With CT, you can count on your state documents and legal notifications being handled correctly.
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Online portal to easily file your legal documents
Nationwide presence – in all 50 states
"I strongly recommend CT as a professional, cooperative and reliable corporate compliance partner."
Walters-Morgan Construction, Inc.
"Responsive, knowledgeable, and great customer service. I like to work directly via email vs. phone and the response time was outstanding and the paperwork was seamless."
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars from 10 CT Corporation client reviews on Google Plus
State and legal notices are too important to risk getting lost in the shuffle—a misstep can spell disaster. You need a trusted registered agent to handle mission-critical documents (such as annual reports and service of process) correctly and deliver them promptly to the right people. With CT’s experience and expertise, you can cross that responsibility off your to-do list.
Yes. CT has an office in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. You’re always guaranteed reliable service from experienced in-state professionals. In Connecticut, you’ll find us at:
C T Corporation System
One Corporate Center - Floor 11
Hartford, CT 06103-3220
We make it easy for you to change your Registered Agent over to CT. Our representation experts will obtain and file all the requisite forms and skillfully manage the process from start to finish. Plus, we’ll pay all of the Change of Agent filing fees imposed by the state.
Almost every state requires you to designate a Registered Agent to serve as an official contact for your business. State agencies and courts send your company important compliance information and official correspondence through your Registered Agent. For most businesses, this correspondence consists of annual report and tax filing correspondence. Your Registered Agent is also responsible for receiving Service of Process and legal mandates for your company and promptly relaying them to the correct individuals within your business.