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If you are thinking about incorporating in Delaware, you will find the following information useful.
You want your corporation name to be recognizable, memorable and unique. The state of Delaware insists that your name be unique. It must be distinguishable from any other corporate names on record with the Secretary of State. There are other rules that you must follow when choosing the legal name for a Delaware corporation.
Delaware requires that a corporation have at least one director, but otherwise the state has very few requirements regarding who can be a director.
The Certificate of Incorporation is the formation document for a Delaware corporation, rather than “Articles of Incorporation” used by many states. The required information is very minimal, in keeping with Delaware’s pro-business reputation. The following information is required:
Delaware allows professionals, such as accountants, attorneys and physicians, to form a professional corporation (PC).
If you would like information on the fees Delaware charged to incorporate a business, CT would be happy to answer this and any other questions you have about becoming a Delaware corporation.
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