Articles of Incorporation Attorneys
in San Antonio
Aiding Business Owners with Articles of Incorporation
Also known as Certificate of Formation or Articles of Organization, these legal documents are filed with the Secretary of the State, saying what type of entity your business will operate under. They usually contain important information about the company such as contact information, who the registered agent is, as well as the purpose of the organization.
So why are they necessary for business owners? Namely, they are required in order to incorporate your business.
Typically, when filing articles of incorporation, you will need to provide information such as:
- Name and location of the business
- Purpose of the corporation
- Name and address of registered agent (person who accepts lawsuits and other official documents on behalf of the business)
- Names of the members and managers of the business
- Among several other pieces of information
Filing Articles of Incorporation for Your Business
We understand that the beginning stages of forming a company can sometimes be confusing or even overwhelming at times. But despite this, it’s still necessary that your business is properly set up from a legal standpoint. This is why it’s a good idea to work with a trusted business attorney who can help draft these documents for you so that no stone is left unturned.
At Clausewitz Reyes, our team of business lawyers specialize in helping new and growing companies prepare and file all of the necessary documents that are required by law. We will take the time to consult with you and ensure that all essential paperwork is filed with the Secretary of State. In fact, we will even act as the registered agent for your business should you choose to list us as such. This way, all legal matters will naturally flow through our firm to ensure nothing is missed, while you and your business are well protected at all times.
To speak with one of our San Antonio business attorneys for help with your articles of incorporation, please contact us to discuss your business needs.