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Registered Agent Services

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.


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What Types of Business Structures Require a Registered Agent?

Learn about the types of businesses that are legally required to have a licensed registered agent, and its importance, including the receiving of official documents, delivery to appropriate individuals, & more.

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Articles

Can I Be My Own Agent for Service of Process?

When operating a corporation, LLC, or LP, the main compliance step you’ll need to address is appointing a registered agent for service of process (SOP).

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The Risks of Using an Individual as Your Registered Agent

Hiring a certified registered agent service is essential for staying compliant. Discover the risks individual registered agents can cause for companies.

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State Legislative Updates

Wyoming House Bill 22

Wyoming House Bill 22 provides revisions to the requirements for each business entity’s designated communications contact

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Case Law Summaries

Texas - Registered Office

U.S. Energy Management Inc. v. JRB International L.P., 2017 Tex. App. LEXIS 374 (4/26/2017). The Texas appellate court ruled that a corporation that listed its business address as its registered office, and then failed to update the Secretary of State’s records when the business moved, was not entitled to a bill of review of the default judgment issued against it.

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