registered agent

What is a registered agent?

If you own and/or run a small business, chances are your state requires you to have a registered agent—most do. But even if your state doesn't, strongly consider getting one. A registered agent is a responsible third-party in the same state as the business, who can receive service of process notices, correspondence from the Secretary of State, and other official government notifications—usually tax forms and notice of lawsuits—on behalf of the corporation or LLC.

What does a registered agent do?

When you form your company, the state in which your business is registered requires you to have a registered agent to provide a legal address (PO boxes are not acceptable addresses for registered agents) within that jurisdiction to accept important mail and legal documents on behalf of your company and facilitate legal services of process being served in the event of a legal action or lawsuit, at a registered office physically located in the State of your company creation.
Basically, a registered agent is the person to whom the state government sends documents to contact you, It is the registered agent's job to make sure you don't miss important mail for your company address which is lawsuits or judgments involving your business. Registered agents will generally forward these documents and notices to the entity itself and also notify business entities whether their state government filing status is in "good standing" or not when it's asked for.

can you be your own registered agent?

Legally, it’s allowed for a company to serve as its own registered agent. However, If you act as your own agent, you won't have the flexibility to close your office freely or go on vacation...etc. Generally, having a professional registered agent saves you from potentially being served with legal papers in front of your clients and gives you the peace of mind that someone will always be available to claim such important information during standard business hours, without having to worry about missing any deliveries, and you will also appreciate having someone to track and notify you of annual reports being due and other filings that you may have to periodically file.

the risks of not designating one?

If you don’t hire a registered agent and take charge of this task by yourself, you risk falling out of "good standing" with the state. Penalties could include license revocation, fines, and the inability to enter into legal contracts and / or access to the state court system in case of not respecting summons to appear in court to respond to a lawsuit due to not properly receiving the judicial appeal.

what are the benefits of having a third-party as your registered agent?

A registered agent can be vital to your business in the sense that they remind you of important deadlines and complete the paperwork for you, they also alleviate you and give your company the assurance that the critical documents are handled correctly and efficiently.


Perfect Fit

At MyUsaLLC, we believe that every client’s needs and requirements are unique, so unlike other filling services companies, we don't just assign a random registered agent to our clients, we would rather base our choice of agent on multiple factors such as the location of your business, its activity as well as many more. At MyUsaLLC; we do our best to have the right registered agent for the right client.


The registered agents that we assign to our clients know exactly how time-sensitive and important your male and documents are, that’s why they make sure that taking care of them as fast and efficient as possible is their ultimate priority.

registered agent

A corporate kit is usually a deluxe binder that holds the company’s most important paperwork along with details that will be needed for a new LLC or corporation, it makes your company’s organization very easy thanks to all the documents that are stored in the binder. The kit holds things like the incorporation paperwork, resolutions, licenses, meeting minutes, and the corporate seal. Occasionally, it may even contain stock certificates, bylaws, and the articles of incorporation.
The kit provides the corporation with an official look because it helps maintain the company’s most valuable books and papers, allowing you to have perfectly organized records.

What our corporate kit includes?

Certificate Of Good Standing

Obtaining a Good Standing Certificate or Certificate of Status for any legal entity in Delaware is a smooth process with MyUsaLLC. We know your time is valuable, so we make it our priority to expedite your request and our online ordering system is easy to use and secure.

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By submitting a records request form to the secretary of state of Delaware, you can obtain a document called a Certificate of Good Standing. This document can prove many things, including the fact that your entity is registered to do business in the state of Delaware, that your business was previously dissolved or suspended, or that your business is formally in compliance with all state requirements that are applicable in Delaware. An official Certificate of Good Standing features the Delaware state seal and an authorized signature from the Delaware Secretary of State. It can be a business other than your own that you want to find a certified Certificate of Good Standing for. In fact, for nearly any entity, you can obtain certified documents such as conversion, amendments, original articles of formation, or the original registration when companies are from out-of-state. Remember that MyUsaLLC can expedite your request if you’re looking to obtain a Certificate of Good Standing by the next business day.

When Do You Need A Certificate Of Good Standing

In other jurisdictions, the Certificate of Good Standing may also be referred to as a Certificate of Existence or a Certificate of Status. In the State of Delaware, this document shows that a company is registered to do business in the state, is compliant with applicable corporate rules and licensing requirements, and has not been suspended by the state taxing authority, the Franchise Tax Board.

How To Get Your Good Standing Certificate?

You can order your certificate by mail or in person at the Secretary of State office. Requests presented in person can generally be processed by the second business day, while mailed- in requests take 5-15 business days. Delaware does offer a Rush service for Good Standing requests. Or if you do not want to deal, or can not figure out we can obtain for you, please send us email thru contact form we’ve.


With MyUsaLLC your request for a Certificate Of Good Standing can take only one Day & with our Expedited service you can even get it the Same Day or at Max Less than 24 Hours......

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