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Every Delaware Entity Must Have a Registered Agent
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Every Delaware Entity Must Have a Registered Agent

By Brett Melson Monday, March 9, 2009

The Delaware Registered Agent has two main functions, to receive and forward service of process and to forward any communication from the Delaware Division of Corporations. Many clients pay their agent over $259.00 per year for their agent service. Harvard Business Services, Inc. has been offering Delaware Registered Agent services since 1981 for $50.00 per year, guaranteed never to increase!

Can my company switch to Harvard Business Services, Inc?

YES! We offer a service to change the registered agent with the State of Delaware. To change the registered agent for an existing Delaware corporation, the State of Delaware charges a filing to file the “Certificate of Change of Registered Agent and Registered Office”. We will prepare and file this form for you plus we'll include your first year's agent fee. Thereafter, your annual agent fee will be only $50 per company, guaranteed never to increase!

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