Do you have a company that is non-compliant, in default, inactive, or has been revoked? We got you covered!
GET IN COMPLIANCE
Address defaults, inactivity, or revocations at your Secretary of State
Reinstatements are typically needed from the result of a company falling out of compliance with the state. Businesses have a legal obligation to file annual reports, pay filing fees, and meet franchise and/or state taxes in order to operate in the state. If a company follows these requirements, it is given a good standing status with the state. Should a company not follow these requirements, it can become inactive or non-compliant.
You fill out the online agreement and pay the flat fee by credit card.
The status of your entity is reviewed by the incorporation specialist and you are contacted with next steps and an invoice for all government fees.
The Reinstatement and government fees are filed with your state's Secretary of State.
THREE EASY STEPS
Most Reinstatements Filed in 3-4 Business Days.
Pay the service fee below to get started. Our entity formation specialists will review your file with the state and determine what needs to be filed and the total amount of back taxes and fees you need to pay to get your entity back in good standing with your state.