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About Your New Hampshire Registered Agent

Let’s talk a little bit about why you need a registered agent in New Hampshire.

Why are there registered agents in the first place?

When I was a kid, you just herded sheep and paid tribute to the lord of the land. Eventually, economies changed, new business structures like limited liability companies and corporations emerged. These various business structures were created to protect business owners from liabilities and provide tax advantages. Companies are given status that is disconnected from the person or persons who form them. Sadly, it didn’t take long for people to figure out that they could stay away from litigation by personally steering clear of servers of process. So, to close that loophole, most Secretaries of State insist that companies to designate a “registered agent.”

Sum it up for me, who can act as a registered agent?

Your New Hampshire resident agent needs to be a company or person who is a legitimate resident of the state. A registered agent should be available to accept legal documents during standard business hours. Registered agents in New Hampshire must furnish a lawful, business address within the state.

How will having a registered agent aid my company?

Most importantly, appointing a registered agent keeps your company in conformity to New Hampshire state law. On top of that, we accept delivery of and scan any legal notice, service of process, letter, or annual report received into your client account locally right here in New Hampshire. You receive instantaneous notice of any notices scanned into your New Hampshire resident agent client account.

As an additional New Hampshire registered agent service, we also keep track of your State annual report due date and forward you reminders with do-it-yourself links to file your report before your due date with the State.

Why should I have a registered agent?

In New Hampshire, every business is supposed to appoint a registered agent. Additionally, the New Hampshire Secretary of State requires an official street address on file where your agent can be reached during normal business hours. Starting a new business venture in New Hampshire can be a complex process. It’s vital that you finish an assortment of legal documents and forms. At, we can aid your business by taking care of your resident agent services.