The formation and ongoing obligations of an LLC (limited liability company) will
vary somewhat from state to state. While the process may seem similar for forming
an LLC in Georgia and New Jersey, there could be small differences in formation
requirements that might not be immediately evident.
Fortunately, when you form your LLC with LegalZoom, we make sure your legal documents
conform to your state's specific requirements. However, you should be aware of the
ongoing obligations that your state requires for LLC maintenance. We provide helpful
state-specific information at the state links below.
Specifically, the above state pages contain information regarding:
LLC names: What you can and cannot name it.
Formation requirements: Explains the concepts of the Articles of Organization,
filing, the operating agreement, etc.
Registered agent: Requirements and services.
Secretary of State information: Includes other considerations, continuing
obligations, dissolution, taxes and fees.
Remember, you can visit your Secretary of State's website for more
details on state business requirements. Here's an example: http://sos.state.nv.us/
To learn more and speak with a representative, please call us at (888) 381-8758.