Make business changes official

Update your business's name, address, and more by filing articles of amendment with the state. We'll help you take care of it in a few simple steps. Starts at $129 + filing fees.

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We've helped companies keep their info up to date over 55,000 times.

We do right by you

We will refund our fee within the first 60 days if you are not satisfied with our services.

Why make an amendment

Meet your state's requirements

You must inform the state if you change your business's name, address, managers, and other basic info.

Keep the public updated

Your articles are publicly available, so make sure they're current for your partners, vendors, and lenders.

Change your stock info

Many states require corporations to keep their authorized stock up to date.

How to make an amendment

  1. Answer a few questions online
  2. We'll create and file your paperwork
  3. Receive your filed amendment in the mail

Want to check out example documents? See samples
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Pick the package that fits your needs

Standard

$129 + state filing fees

  • Creation of your articles of amendment
  • Filing with the state

FASTEST SERVICE

Rush

$239 + state filing fees

Everything from Standard plus:
  • Expedited processing of your paperwork
  • Delivery of your filed doc 2-3 business days after we receive it from the state

Why choose us

2 million+

businesses

Helping entrepreneurs turn ideas into
businesses over 2 million times.

550,000+

consultations

Providing access to our independent
network of attorneys over 550,000 times.

55,000+

amendments

Making it easier for businesses to change their info over 55,000 times.

Questions?

Ask an attorney

Get the right guidance with an attorney by your side.

Get legal help

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Call an agent at (888) 381-8758 (888) 381-8758

Mon-Fri: 5 a.m.-7 p.m. PT
Weekends: 7 a.m.-4 p.m. PT

Our agents are based in the U.S.

Ready to make an amendment?