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Corporations are legally required to have a registered agent. Is your registered simply sending you a bill and writing a check every year as your agent. Do you know if your corporate records are being kept up to date? Acting like a corporation and keeping protected takes more than paying the annual fee. We offer our corporate clients comprehensive protection services by updating bylaws and minutes every year for one a low flat fee. Don’t assume your registered agent is following the law and looking out for your best interests.
Maybe you are finally achieving your dream of starting your own business. At Illinois Secretary of State Registered Agent Services, we are dedicated to making your life easier on the legal side so that you can focus on what you do best—running your business —and we have 50 years of experience in corporate matters to prove it.
You should understand the distinctions between being a corporation or a Limited Liability Company (“LLC”). Let Illinois Secretary of State Registered Agent Services tell you what is best for your needs and be your right hand when it comes to a plethora of business services, including: creating your new LLC’s Articles of Organization; providing Annual Report filing; updating Minutes and Bylaws annually; acting as your Registered Agent; and accepting Service of Process for Illinois corporations. Many times the corporation uses a shareholder home address for service of process, but this is not smart. Your home address displays your family and personal life to inquiring eyes. Keep your privacy when you use our services. Because we are a law firm files are legally privileged from disclosure to third parties.
The Illinois Limited Liability law expressly protects members from personal liability.
“(805 ILCS 180/10-10)
Sec. 10-10. Liability of members and managers.
(a) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (d) of this Section, the debts, obligations, and liabilities of a limited liability company, whether arising in contract, tort, or otherwise, are solely the debts, obligations, and liabilities of the company. A member or manager is not personally liable for a debt, obligation, or liability of the company solely by reason of being or acting as a member or manager. “
With Illinois Secretary of State Registered Agent Services, navigating Illinois’ business compliance requirements can be hassle-free. Without the help of our experts, you run the risk of leaving your assets vulnerable and losing “good standing” with the State of Illinois. This eventually may cause your business entity to become administratively “dissolved,” where you lose all benefits of being an LLC or corporation. Don’t let that happen: Contact Illinois Secretary of State Registered Agent Services for all of your legal business service needs today!
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