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Only a very few states do not require disclosure of the owners of an anonymous LLC to the state. The state will never have your information, so even if laws change you will remain anonymous.
Only law firms like L4SB can provide attorney-client privilege. Only a law firm, connected to your business as a Registered Agent, can provide a strong deterrent to others who may seek to find or harass you. If L4SB is served a summons or subpoena in an attempt to identify you, we will first try to negotiate the summons or subpoena away, and failing that, we will work with your local counsel in an attempt to preserve our attorney-client privilege.
Put experienced business lawyers on your side. L4SB ensures all documents are filled out and filed properly with our mistake free guarantee.
Filing your LLC in Alabama, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, New Mexico, Virginia, or Wyoming makes it possible to prevent the publication of the ownership information of a LLC because such information is not included in LLC formation documents.
An anonymous LLC is the only type of business entity that prevents the publication of ownership information. Law 4 Small Business accomplishes this by identifying itself as the organizer and registered agent–the only precise information contained in the Articles of Organization that is published by the State.
We are always happy to answer your Anonymous LLC questions. Call us at 888-992-4952 or use the contact form below to get in touch.
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