Blumberg Corporate Document Preparation and Filing Services
Corporate formation and filing services for law firms, accountants, tax preparers, small businesses and entrepreneurs
BlumbergExcelsior Corporate Services, Inc. offers law and accounting firms, tax preparers and individual business owners document preparation and filing services to start limited liability companies (LLC’s), business corporations, nonprofit organizations, professional corporations and other types of entities. We offer standard and custom shareholder and operating agreements for corporations and LLC’s. We also offer services to maintain entities such as registered agent services, qualifications, amendments and Julius®, our corporate service portal. We help law offices search, evaluate and register trademarks including preparing comprehensive search reports for attorneys. We can prepare and file UCC documents in any state and perform other public record searches including environmental liens. We also offer apostille and legalization services.
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Entity Formation Services
(starting a new business)
Addional Corporate Services
Public Record Searches
Apostille Document Services
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Where should I file my LLC or corporation?
If you are conducting or starting up a business as a sole proprietor or a partnership, there are significant advantages to operating as a Corporation or LLC. One key advantage is that personal liability for the losses, debts or court judgments can be avoided, provided you respect the formalities required by the laws of the state in which the Corporation or LLC is formed.
Should I file my LLC or corporation in Delaware?
Conventional wisdom has it that filing LLCs and corporations in certain foreign states is preferred because the laws are more friendly or annual franchise taxes are lower. This is a trap for the unwary. If you are going to actively engage in business in the state where the business resides seek professional advice about what jurisdiction is best for your purposes. Otherwise, it could be very expensive in the long run and even dangerous.
What is a Registered Agent?
A registered agent, a resident agent or a statutory agent (the three terms are interchangeable) is defined by United States business law as a business, or person, designated to receive service of process on behalf of a company against whom a legal action is brought.
What happens if you do not file your Annual or Biennial Report?
Failure to File Has Consequences! Failing to file puts your company in jeopardy and runs the risk of a government authority administratively dissolving, revoking, or voiding your company. In some states your entity will incur penalties and interest. If your entity is not in good standing with the state, your business transactions can be halted or disrupted, preventing you from entering into or transacting important business deals.