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Whether you are changing your Registered Agent in one state or many, you can be confident that:
Service of Process is time-sensitive legal paperwork that gives your company official notice of a lawsuit. When an individual is sued it is easy to figure out who to give the legal papers to— that individual. But what about when it is a business entity such as a corporation, LLC, or LP? You cannot just go into a business and leave the papers with anyone who might work for the company. Service of Process can only be served on someone the rules and statutes say can be served. And, in general, that is only a responsible person who is likely to make sure those documents end up in the hands of someone who can file a timely legal response for the defendant.
All LLCs, S-Corporations, and C-Corporations must appoint a Registered Agent, also known as a Resident Agent or Statutory Agent.
Selecting Your Company's Registered Agent
Is your current Registered Agent is always available and physically present at the registered office during normal business hours so there is no risk of undelivered documents? Does your Registered Agent understand the state’s business entity and compliance rules so that your important documents are always handled properly and promptly? Do you have easy and unlimited access to a trained, knowledgeable professional, so you can get a speedy answer whenever you have a compliance question? Does your Registered Agent have legal experts monitoring legal and regulatory developments and online tools to expertly manage compliance activities? Appointing CT as your Registered Agent is fast and easy. And, you will have the peace of mind from being able to answer "yes" to all these questions.
It is essential to keep your corporation or LLC in good standing with the state. The most common reasons for loss of good standing are failing to file annual reports and failing to maintain an in-state registered agent. Loss of good standing can result in fines and and penalties on the business and, in some cases, the owners. It can also trigger the administrative dissolution of your entity, stripping you of the asset protection incorporating provided. CT's business compliance professionals can advise you on how to regain you good standing--whether that involves updating your registered agent information with the state, filing past-due annual reports or applying to have your corporation or LLC reinstated. Contact us today to learn more.