You will be required to obtain a legal representative when you submit the documents required to form your company to your state. The legal representative is the person or organization that controls and processes the e-mail traffic between your company and official institutions and provides you with up-to-date information. You can receive official information from the IRS, such as warnings, tax notices, subpoenas, through your legal representative. In this way, you both prevent errors that may occur in official document transactions and save your time. As Social Enterprises, we are a state-authorized Registered Agent in the state of Delaware.
Requirements for a Corporate Seal
What are the requirements for a corporate seal? The corporate...Read More