Agent for Service of Process

How much will it cost?

We offer upfront flat rate fees that include everything you need to get it filed. This means there will be no hidden costs or unexpected charges. Fees will vary depending on what services you select as well as what level of service you desire.

Use our interactive online order form to see what options are available and calculate what it will cost to get your paperwork filed. You may also consult our rates page.

All information provided is for reference only, Get it Filed, LLC does not offer legal or tax advice. Before you establish a business, you should consult with a private attorney or tax advisor for advice about what type of business entity will meet your business needs, and what your legal obligations will be.

What is a registered agent?

A registered agent helps to ensure your business maintains compliance. It is the state's way of communicating with a corporation or LLC. A registered agent also receives legal and tax documents on behalf of a business or corporation, such as notifications from the Secretary of State, government notices, tax forms, notifications of lawsuits, and other materials.

Why do you need a registered agent?

It gives you freedom. With a registered agent, if you are located in the state where your business is registered, you won't need to worry about updating the state if you move. Plus, a registered agent must be available during normal business hours. If your company doesn't follow the traditional 9-to-5 work day, a registered agent can fill the time for you.

It's the law. If you are incorporated in Delaware, but physically located in another state, you need a registered agent. Why? Each state requires corporations and LLCs formed within their borders to have a registered agent with a physical address located in that state where legal documents can be delivered during business hours. And P.O. boxes are not acceptable addresses for registered agents.

It's your right. A corporation or LLC has certain legal rights, including the right to due process. And a key component of due process is the right to be given state compliance notices in a timely fashion. A registered agent ensures your ability to receive information, such as wage garnishments, subpoenas, and court summonses.

You'll stay informed and on time. You'll never miss an important notification. A third-party registered agent will receive all communications on your behalf, so you don't have to worry about tax forms, legal notices, and other business compliance documents getting lost in the shuffle.

How should you choose a registered agent?

Individuals can act as a registered agent, but we recommend using an experienced service provider Why? Our Registered Agent provider has been in the business of business compliance since 1932 and can provide additional valuable services including: Annual Report Monitoring Service (additional fee required)

A third-party registered agent also offers:

Reliability. We'll remind you of important deadlines and complete the paperwork for you. And we're available during all business hours, so you're free to attend meetings, travel for work, go on vacation, or even just eat lunch outside of your office.

Economy. When you partner with our Registered Agent Provider, you eliminate the need to pay an employee just to wait for documents from the state. With us, you will be covered 24/7. And our rates are competitive compared to other established registered agents.

Discretion. When you have our Registered Agent Provider as your registered agent, you'll never run the risk of your customers, vendors, or neighbors seeing a process server deliver legal documents to your place of business or home.

The bottom line? Using an our registered agent will give you peace of mind. And that's priceless.

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