A mailing address that will be used by the state
for legal and tax correspondence.
As a business owner, you will receive important legal documents in the mail. In the event of a lawsuit, you may also be served these documents in person. When you use a registered agent service, any official legal or tax correspondence will be forwarded to a personal, private contact address, so you never need to worry about missing important documents - or compromising your privacy. In most states, businesses are required to appoint a registered agent.
You fill out the online agreement and pay the flat fee by credit card.
Your submission is reviewed for accuracy by the incorporation specialist and you are contacted with any further questions.
The new registered agent appointment is filed with your state's Secretary of State.
A good registered agent service can help you respond quickly in the event of a lawsuit (thereby preventing further legal issues); avoid missed deadlines, fines, and penalties for non-compliance; and otherwise manage your paperwork so you can focus on running your business.