Most jurisdictions require, by law, an entity to designate and maintain a Registered Agent to serve as an official contact so state agencies and courts can send important information and official correspondence consisting of (but not limited to) annual reports, tax filing correspondence, and service of process.
Failing to have a designated Registered Agent could mean that the entity may not be in good standing with the state and could lose its ability to open bank accounts, secure loans, initiate lawsuits and could endanger the limited liability protection.
A Registered Agent can be an individual or a professional service provider like DCS. If you formed your entity with DCS we will automatically assume the role of the Registered Agent on an annually billed basis.
For more information on how we can help you, contact our team today.
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