If you’re thinking of starting a new business in Delaware, you may not know where to start. Fortunately, establishing a Delaware Limited Liability Company (L.L.C.) is relatively easy and affordable. A solid understanding of the L.L.C. formation requirements in Delaware will give you the confidence to embed a new business. This comprehensive toolkit shows what you need to do to form a new L.L.C. in Delaware. And how our services can reduce the stress of the process. With the new Delaware L.L.C., you can focus on your business growth.
In Delaware, you must register a new business with the Delaware Corporate Division to establish an L.L.C. Includes submission of training certificate. In the formation certificate, you need to select the Delaware Registration Agent. Your agent will contact Delaware on your behalf. After submitting the required documents, some other boxes need to be checked. For example, you can create a contract for your company and register your company with the I.R.S. For owners of businesses in the United States and worldwide. Entrepreneurs can form a Delaware L.L.C. without having to travel to the state. To form a Delaware L.L.C., follow these steps:
1) Select a company name Before you can register Delaware L.L.C., you need the Name of your business. Delaware law requires that every new L.L.C. be a “limited liability company,” “L.L.C.,” or “L.L.C..”
2) Check if the company name is available. If your trade name is already registered in Delaware, you will need to select the desired name variation or new Name. IncNow.com confirms the desired L.L.C. name and second choice during the incorporation process.
3) Determine the type of Delaware L.L.C. you want to embed. There are two main types of Delaware L.L.C. Delaware L.L.C. Includes single-member L.L.C. and multi-member L.L.C. Delaware Series L.L.C. Delaware Series L.L.C. is a traditional LLC-like entity with a formal department called a “series” that separates a pool of assets with an internal firewall. Find out more about Delaware Series L.L.C. register is a trademark and brand of register LLC in Delaware.
4) Select a Delaware registration agent The Delaware L.L.C. Act requires that all Delaware legal entities have a Delaware Registered Agent with a state address. Agents and Corporations, Inc (IncNow) acts as a Delaware registered agent for Delaware-based companies with a small annual fee. A Delaware-registered agent is responsible for receiving judicial notices and communications from Delaware on your behalf and forwarding them to you. (See details on how to select a Delaware registered agent.)
5) Prepare the basic information. To incorporate Delaware L.L.C., you need to provide the following information: Company name Contact information (personal Name, address, email address, phone number) The Name of at least one member of L.L.C. (for our records, but not listed in Delaware’s public filing)
6) Issuance of Delaware’s corporate establishment certificate Once the online order form is submitted to our office, we will create and submit a Delaware Corporation Establishment Certificate for the public incorporation of Delaware L.L.C. The Incorporation Certificate must include the L.L.C. name, Name, and address of the registered agent (e.g., IncNow), Signature of the authorized person. We sign the Corporate Establishment Charter as an authorized person (also known as the organizer). Therefore, your Name and address will not appear in your public submission unless you specifically request them.
7) Create an L.L.C. operating contract In Delaware, L.L.C. must have an operating contract to control them. However, while Delaware strongly recommends written and signed operating contracts, you do not need to submit operating contracts to the state, nor do you need to submit them in writing.