Registered Agent Services

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As your registered agent, we not only receive your important legal documents and store them securely online for easy access—we also provide extra tools to help your business.

Price starts at a flat fee of $299/first year*

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What's a registered agent (RA) and why have one?

As a business owner, you get important legal documents in the mail, or sometimes court notices in person. In most states, you're required to have an RA to receive papers. Here's why having us as your RA is beneficial:

It helps you avoid fines

Ensure you receive timely notices about critical state filing deadlines—so you can stay in good standing and keep penalties at bay.

It frees up your time

Acting as your own RA requires you to always be available during normal business hours to receive documents. By appointing us, we can do this for you.

It adds a layer of privacy

Your RA address is public record. That means in the event of a lawsuit, your RA can receive court documents on your behalf—and you could potentially avoid being served in front of your customers and employees.

Get even more with our additional features.

  • Business Data Protection to offer data monitoring for you and your company, and up to $1 million in identity theft coverage via Experian (a $239 annual value)**
  • Compliance Calendar to alert you of upcoming filing deadlines for annual reports and state income tax returns (a $69 annual value)
  • Unlimited cloud storage to store all your important documents in one secure place

**This service is only available to customers who reside in the United States.

Over 1 million customers have relied on us to be their registered agent. Here's everything we can receive on your behalf:

  • Court documents (if you get served)
  • State tax notifications
  • Secretary of State notifications
  • Annual report notices
  • Official state correspondences
  • Junk mail (we'll shred this for you)

Commonly asked questions

In most states, a registered agent must be named in the document forming a corporation or LLC. A registered agent is authorized to receive service of process in the event of a lawsuit and other important documents on behalf of the business.
A registered agent must be an adult or an authorized business available during normal business hours at a street address in the state in which the business is formed or foreign qualified. For privacy and convenience reasons, many businesses choose a third party, such as LegalZoom, to serve as their registered agent.
You can change the registered agent of an existing entity. Doing so typically requires a fee and filing with your state. If you want LegalZoom to be your business's registered agent, we will file the required documentation at no additional cost.
Please sign into My Account for help with an existing Registered Agent account.
Most states use the term registered agent, but some states use the term resident agent, statutory agent, or agent for service of process. The function of all three is the same as a registered agent.

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*The service renews automatically each year and is billed to your card. The renewal rate is subject to change. You may cancel online or by calling (877) 808-8977. You will first need to appoint a new registered agent for your business. For more details, please see our Registered Agent Terms and Subscription Terms.