Texas Registered Agent
What is a Registered Agent?
Texas requires a Corporation or an LLC to have a Registered Agent. The Registered Agent address is the address
that will be used by the state of Texas for any official legal and tax correspondence. The Registered Agent address must be a physical, in-state street address; P.O. Boxes are not acceptable.
A registered agent is required for each entity, that is, each corporation and LLC
Failing to register and designate a registered agent may foreclose or hinder the company’s ability to legally enter into contracts and gain access to the Texas state courts. Moreover, it may subject the company to monetary, civil, and possibly criminal sanctions. Also, failure to maintain a registered agent may cause your company to fall out of “good standing” within the state of Texas. This will subject your license to do business within a state to forfeiture, with monetary penalties assessed to reinstate your company to a “good
Our Registered Agent Services
Service of Process – Priority Mail
All service of process is promptly forwarded to your contact address using USPS priority mail. Optionally, we can review the petition and file an answer for you.
We will send you an email notification announcing the receipt and subsequent forwarding of any service of process which is delivered to us on your company’s behalf. Optionally, we can review the petition and file an answer for you.
Timely Renewal Notification
We will notify you prior to the expiration of your annual service.
We Accept All Major Credit Cards
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