Hiring a competent New Mexico Registered Agent is a very important component of starting a business. One of the very first tasks, when thinking about how to start a business, whether a limited liability company (LLC), or any form of company corporation, is to pick a registered agent in the state (or states) you want to do business, and register your company.
Business Attorneys as your New Mexico Registered AgentFor example, suppose you want to form a LLC, and you have an office in Texas, and want to have territories in New Mexico and Arizona? You would register your LLC in Texas as a domestic limited liability company, and you would register your LLC in New Mexico and Arizona as foreign limited liability companies. In all states, you would need to designate a registered agent with your company registration. If you’re located in Texas, you can use yourself as your own registered agent. But, because all states require a physical address in the state of registration, you could not use yourself as a registered agent in New Mexico or Arizona, unless you had a real, physical address in those states. In this example, you would hire a New Mexico Registered Agent, like Law 4 Small Business, to act as your registered agent in New Mexico. You would do the same for Arizona.
Business Attorneys Make Great New Mexico Registered Agents
Consider using Law 4 Small Business (L4SB) as your New Mexico Registered Agent for any corporate filings in New Mexico. L4SB is a law firm, with real business lawyers and attorneys who review your filing and give you the peace-of-mind that your registrations are complete and filled out correctly. The benefits include:
- Greater anonymity and protection by using a business attorney as your New Mexico Registered Agent
- Peace-of-mind that a real business lawyer has reviewed your filing(s)
- Speed and accuracy
- For no additional cost, L4SB will scan-in and email any notices sent to your company at the Registered Agent’s address (up to 4/month)
L4SB charges a flat-rate price of $100 per filing per year, not including the filing fees charged by the NM Public Relations Commissions (NM PRC). There are extra fees associated with re-mailing or FedEx’ing legal notices (although scanned and email, up to 4/month, are free).
L4SB can also help you fill out the right filing, and answer your questions, all for a small additional fee.
Contact us for more information or how to utilize L4SB as your Registered Agent.
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