Julius® a Corporate Service Portal
Introducing Julius, a free web portal that offers our registered agent customers an advanced standard of service.
Named after our founder
The Julius dashboard gives you instant access to the details of your registered agent, corporate service and annual report deadlines – with email notification of annual deadlines in states where applicable.
Real-Time Access to All Your Registered Agent Entity Information!
Julius provides 24/7 access to your registered agent account through the internet, allowing you to view and retrieve registered agent account information in a timely manner. Julius features a key record keeping system an enhancement for your daily processes. As a time saving tool, Julius enables instant retrieval of your pertinent service of process documents by outlining details pertaining to the receipt of such service. Julius' functionality allows an ease in managing registered agent entities, in an effective manner.
Julius® is also a capable compliance system that tracks annual report due dates by alerting entities electronically of upcoming due dates.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a registered agent do?
A registered agent is a business or individual designated to receive service of process and other legal notices when an entity is a party in a legal action or government or state agency activity. Most states require that a corporation or limited liability company have a registered agent if they do not have a physical office within the state.
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.
Why Use Blumberg as your Registed Agent?
- Failure to Engage a Registered Agent is Problematic.
- If you are not available, persons receiving service on the entities behalf may fail to timely direct it to you.
- Avoid the embarrassment of receiving service in public before family, friends, customers and employees.
- Failure to respond to service could result in default judgments taken against your entity, loss of corporate or LLC status and substantial penalties.
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 is the Purpose of Annual Reports?
Annual reports updates or confirms the Department of State, Division of Corporations' records. An annual report must be filed each year (depending on state) for your business entity to maintain an "active status" with the Department of State. It is required, whether or not you need to make changes. The data displayed on the entity’s annual report is the most current data on file with the Division of Corporations.
Need Help or have a Question?
Send us an email for volume pricing on registered agent services or call 800 221-2972 x1579
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