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To continue with the registration process, Michigan requires that every LLC appoint a registered agent, also known as a resident agent. The person or entity appointed will be the point of contact for all legal matters — if your company is subpoenaed or sued, the state of Michigan will deliver papers to your registered agent. They will also be the point of contact for any service of process.
While the owner of the company can be the registered agent (if they reside in Michigan), this is not always the best option. Let’s face it, being served papers in front of customers is a sure way to deter business, and, with so many alternatives, it might be in your best interest to hire an outside registered agent service.
Some other benefits of hiring an outside registered agent like ZenBusiness include:
As long as they are a resident of the state of Michigan or a business entity authorized to do business in Michigan, and have a physical street address within the state, hiring an outside registered agent is an affordable way to save you possible troubles later on.
To ensure your Operating Agreement is filled out and filed properly, you may want to consider getting the help of a trusted source. ZenBusiness offers an easy-to-follow Operating Agreement template for just $35 that helps many small businesses arrive at the Operating Agreement they need.
ZenBusiness can help you form your Michigan LLC by completing and submitting all of the necessary paperwork, acting as your registered agent, and providing a template for your Operating Agreement. For a bit more per year, you can also get more comprehensive benefits, including expedited services, obtaining your EIN, and an automatically generated webpage. Whichever plan you choose, partnering with ZenBusiness means peace of mind for you at every step of your LLC’s formation.
When starting a business, there are various forms it can take. Ninety percent of ZenBusiness customers, along with the majority of entrepreneurs, choose to form an LLC. Compared to corporations, limited partnerships, and other forms of entities, LLCs come with enticing benefits.
Forming a Michigan LLC means you’ll reap the following benefits:
We hope this guide has provided a clearer picture of what it takes to start a business in Michigan. But don’t fret — you don’t have to do all of these steps alone. From filing legal paperwork and acting as your registered agent to offering streamlined technology and automation for quick support, ZenBusiness is here to help you start and grow your business every step of the way. To learn more about starting a business in Michigan, contact us today!
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