Delaware law dictates that every Delaware company (whether a corporation, LLC, LP, non-profit corporation or a public benefit corporation) must appoint a Registered Agent.
Whether you are forming a new business entity or need to find an alternate Registered Agent for an existing company, there are plenty of Delaware Registered Agents available.
How do you know which Registered Agent is best suited for you and your company?
Here are 10 specific features to look for in a Delaware Registered Agent:
Harvard Business Services, Inc. proudly possesses all of these attributes; plus, we offer an array of additional services that can benefit your company.
You can form a new company with us and feel confident, knowing you are establishing a relationship with the best Delaware Registered Agent.
If you already have a company formed in the state of Delaware but your current Registered Agent does not meet these standards, you should make the switch now!
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There is 1 comment left for How to Choose a Delaware Registered AgentBisserka said: Friday, May 10, 2019
Good day, I would like to résister a non-profit compagny in Delaware and buy my sail boat on the name of the company. Could you please tell me the cost of this service and your annual fee. Thank you very much for your help. Kind regards, Bisserka GeyschlagerHBS Staff replied: Monday, May 13, 2019
Bisserka - typically, clients will use an LLC for purchasing a boat, but your situation may be different. You can find some additional information here - https://www.delawareinc.com/asset-protection/boat-owners/ - and we encourage you to contact us via phone, email or live chat for additional assistance. Our formation packages start at $179, which includes the first year of Delaware Registered Agent service.