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Let me tell you about finding a registered agent in California.

Define a registered agent?

A registered agent, sometimes referred to as a statutory agent, is a business located in the state of California who is responsible for receiving legal service of process on behalf of your business. Your registered agent is required to be present and available during typical business hours.

Briefly, who can perform the duties of a registered agent?

Your California registered agent should be a company or person who is a legitimate citizen of your state. They must be present to receive service of process during standard business hours. California registered agents have to furnish a legal, office address within California.

What kind of benefits come from having a registered agent in California?

California businesses benefit in numerous ways by appointing a registered agent. Obviously, nominating a statutory agent keeps your business entity in compliance with California state code. Having as your California registered agent, as soon as you are sent any legal notification, service of process, letter or annual report notice – we accept those for you. In minutes, we’re uploading your files into your client account. You’ll receive instant notice of any documents we upload into your registered agent account. In addition, we also keep track of your California annual report deadlines and email you reminders with how-to links so you can complete your paperwork on time with the State of California.

What types of companies are required to have an California Registered Agent?

An LLC in California, out of State LLC, an California corporation, a foreign corporation, a non-profit corporation or organization, a limited partnership, a limited liability partnership, or any other California enterprise is required to have a resident agent in California and an California registered office on file.