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Many people mistakenly believe they need an attorney or accountant in order to form an LLC or corporation.
This is not true; it is not a requirement to use an attorney or accountant when forming a company, unless you have specific legal or accounting questions with which we are not able to assist.
However, when people do retain an attorney or accountant to help them form a company, those professionals often turn to us to handle the filing.
We have been assisting attorneys and accountants form Delaware LLCs and corporations since 1981. We are electronically linked with the Delaware Division of Corporations, so we can have your company filed on the same day you initiate the service. We then email your attorney or accountant the approved documents in 2 to 3 business days.
Below are other important reasons why attorneys and accountants utilize Harvard Business Services, Inc. for company formations:
If you are an attorney or accountant and your client has asked you to form a Delaware LLC or corporation, take advantage of all the above benefits Harvard Business Services, Inc. has to offer. Call us at 800-345-2677 or email us at email@example.com.
We will be happy to answer any questions and assist you in filing a Delaware LLC or corporation on behalf of your client.
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