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For your business to receive notice of lawsuits (service of process) and important state papers, your business must appoint a registered agent - also known as statutory agent - in each state where you are doing business. See the latest updates on registered agent services, including state-by-state updates on registered agent requirements.
Make sure you have the right person for the Independent Director position. CT’s Director of Corporate Staffing describes what to look for in this short video.
Learn whether law firms should act as a registered agent for their clients and the issues to consider, including risks and potential liabilities, non-compliance, ever-changing law enforcement regulations, the potential for ethical breaches, & more.
Learn the benefits of why companies that do business in multiple states should use a single, professional registered agent company to manage their compliance needs, including simplified billing, national reach, maintaining good standing, & more.
Learn the questions to ask before using an individual, rather than a professional, registered agent, including if you do business in more than one state, if your business hours or locations vary, & more.