Legal Forms for Limited Liability Company (LLC)
What is an LLC?
LLC stands for Limited Liability Company. A limited liability company is a form of doing business that combines limited liability for all owners (called members) with taxation as a partnership. An LLC is formed by filing articles of organization forms with an appropriate state official.
Rules governing LLCs vary significantly from state to state. If you are considering forming a Limited Liability Company in your state, be sure to check with the appropriate government agency to understand the laws. It is also a good idea to consult with an attorney who specializes in the formation of business entities.
Many private investigation agencies are formed into this type of business. Check with your state agency to understand if this form of doing business is right for your particular situation.
In addition to understanding this type of business for purposes of setting up your agency, it is likely that you will encounter situations and cases that involve such businesses. In such situation, it will be useful to have an understanding of this business setup and the legal aspects and forms involved.
Following are links to legal forms for Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) Formation, including articles, instructions, operating agreement and more.
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