Registered Agent In Colorado Info
Let’s talk a little bit about registered agent service in Colorado.
Why do we have statutory agents in the first place?
Long ago, you just fought dragons and paid tribute to the king. Gradually, economies evolved, new company structures like corporations and limited liability companies emerged. These various business entities were created to provide tax advantages and protect business owners from liabilities. Companies are furnished standing that is disconnected from the person or persons who form them. Sadly, it didn’t take very much time for owners to work out that they could avoid legal actions by personally steering clear of servers of process. So, to tighten up that loophole, most states compel business entities to appoint a “registered agent.”
Are there any restrictions or requirements I should know about my statutory agent?
There are few requirements about who can be a registered agent in Colorado. In particular, the entity or person acting as your resident agent needs to be located and available at a physical street address within the state of Colorado during normal business hours. Your Registered Agent will be responsible to accept all legal and tax-related documents, annual report forms, litigation (service of process) documents, etc., for you. It is crucial that you designate a solid company, such as www.LLC-RegisteredAgent.com when you’re choosing your registered agent.
What are the advantages of having a registered agent in Colorado?
Businesses in Colorado benefit in many ways by designating a resident agent. Most importantly, designating a registered agent keeps your company in compliance with Colorado state code. Having LLC-RegisteredAgent.com as your Colorado registered agent, anytime you receive any legal notification, service of process, letter or annual report notice – we accept those for you. Within minutes, we’re scanning your files into your online account. You’ll get an instant notice of any documents we upload into your registered agent account. Additionally, we also keep track of your Colorado annual report deadlines and send you reminders with how-to links so you can complete your report ahead of schedule with the Colorado Secretary of State.
How can I appoint my registered agent?
Typically you would designate your registered agent as part of your business formation paperwork; your articles of organization or articles of incorporation. If you’re just starting your business, we can assist you with that. If you already have a resident agent but you’re shopping around for a better alternative, we can lend a hand with that too. Of course, whether you’re starting or need to make a change, the easiest way is to sign up for our registered agent service.