Legalinc Named To Inc. 500 List

Legalinc Named to Inc. 500 List

We’re proud to announce that Inc. magazine has ranked Legalinc No. 257 on its 36th annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. This ranking places Legalinc in the top 500 spots of the…

Why Registered Agent Services Should Be Automated

Why Registered Agent Services Should Be Automated

When modern lawyers think about registered agent services (“RA services”), they often assume the service should be provided by a law firm. And the logic is easy to appreciate: If a law firm is in charge of a providing a particular service, then that service will be...
8 Myths About Registered Agents

8 Myths About Registered Agents

In the U.S., every legal entity is required to have a designated party (registered agent or DOS process) to receive notices of service of process and important state documents. That party is usually a registered agent or DOS process. Few…

The Practice Automation Revolution

The Practice Automation Revolution

What is practice automation? Practice automation is not a household word yet, but it soon will be. So what is it, exactly? Practice automation refers to software that streamlines legal services which do not require a human lawyer. From incorporating…

Entity Management Services For Multiple Businesses

Entity Management Services for Multiple Businesses

As the legal landscape for American businesses changes under the new administration, business and legal departments of large corporations are increasingly turning to web-based entity management services to stay current with filing requirements. The right entity management service will support…

Failing To Designate A Registered Agent

Failing to Designate a Registered Agent

U.S. law requires that an LLC or corporation must have a Registered Agent available during normal business hours to receive certain document, including legal notices, correspondence from the federal and state government, and tax documents from the IRS. Indeed, the state will not approve a business’s Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Organization if the business does not designate a Registered Agent. Failure to maintain a Registered Agent is equally as risky.

Advantages Of A Third Party Registered Agent

Advantages of a Third Party Registered Agent

The advantages of a third party Registered Agent are numerous and, for businesses that do not have a physical location in the state in which the business is registered in (i.e., a California business incorporated in Delaware), required by law.