Frequently Asked Questions about Registered Agent Service
Do all businesses require registered agent services in Nevada?
Businesses that are registered with the state of Nevada as legal entities like partnerships, LLCs, corporations will require a registered agent. A registered agent is also known as an agent of process or statutory agent.
What is included in registered agent services in Nevada?
Registered agent services in Nevada include:
- Facilitate the forwarding of official or legal documents sent by the Secretary of State
- Accepting any legal service and forwarding it to the business entity and this includes quick or on-time notification regarding any legal service (summons, subpoenas).
- Share notification regarding due dates for each business entity.
- Provide a consolidated account showing all your businesses in every state.
- Highly secure online account access, and email notifications
- Free upload and storage of your state filings, corporation documents, and company minutes
- Ensuring avoidance of late fee or penalty using state-of-the-art technology for tracking due dates for all your businesses.
- Access to account allowing you to easily order renewals or additional services
Can a company use its Registered Agent’s address as its own business address?
A company or business entity will not be able to use a Registered Agent’s address as their own unless the Nevada registered agent specifically permits a business entity to do so. In such a scenario, proper paperwork needs to be filed with the U.S. Postal Service.
We have a mail-forwarding service that starts at $99 per year. You can Order online, and begin your mail-forwarding service in Las Vegas right away!
What is a Registered Agent, and why do I need one?
The primary objective of a registered agent Nevada is to help maintain a continuous presence in the state the business entity was registered in. A registered agent provides a physical address where all legal notifications and business related documents can be delivered. This is integral in a situation where-in a business entity is involved in litigation.
In the state of Nevada, a registered agent by law is required to keep a copy of the Articles of Incorporation or Organization, the stock ledger of the company, a copy of the corporate bylaws, and a statement that provides the name and address of the actual custodian of the stock ledger.
As my registered agent, can IncParadise file annual reports or annual lists?
Yes. Nevada is one of the many states where online filing as well as submission through mail is available. We offer online filing service for annual reports for all states, which will help you to meet the annual reporting requirements of the state of Nevada and aid you in avoiding penalty or business license getting revoked. Know more about filing Nevada Annual Lists.
What do I need to do if I do my own filings for business registration or incorporation and only need a Registered Agent Information?
If you plan to file incorporation or business registration documents then all you have to do is email or fax us the document to us. We will fill out the Nevada registered agent information, sign it, and send them back for filing.
How can I change my Registered Agent?
All you have to do is fill out the Change of Registered Agent form for the state of Nevada and submit it with the office of the Secretary of State. If you are signing up for our registered agent services in Nevada then our in-house expert will help in streamlining the process for you.
How long does it take to change a Registered Agent in the Secretary of State records?
It can vary from 1-2 weeks. There is a 24 hour expedited service available. Since we have direct access to the Secretary of the State online submission portal, we can process most orders within 24 hours.