How to Form a Delaware LLC or Delaware Corporation
If you’re looking to form a Delaware corporation or Delaware LLC, we only charge $45 to prepare the certificates and file with the Delaware Division of Corporations.
For Delaware LLCs we include a custom LLC certificate of incorporation, initial resolutions, and a Delaware LLC operating agreement. For Delaware corporations we include a custom certificate of formation, initial resolutions, and Delaware corporate bylaws.
Many U.S. citizens and foreigners choose Delaware to incorporate their new company in. Delaware companies provide premium asset protection, are not required to list the members/managers or officers and directors on the public documents, can be formed quickly, and typically do not subject you to Delaware corporate or personal income taxes.
We try very hard to be the fastest Delaware company formation service you can find and the most reasonable. The best thing about using our Delaware company formation services is our annual fees. We charge the lowest annual registered agent service fee in Delaware. We also provide more tools and resources than any other Delaware-only registered agent service. Whether you would like to form your Delaware company yourself or have us do it for you, we would love to have your business.
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File yourself and only hire us as your registered agent
If you would like to do the filing yourself, all you need is our Delaware registered agent service. The forms you file with the state are in your online account, and there’s a fax filing cover sheet inside your online account. You simply just fill out your company name, sign, fill out the fax filing cover sheet, and fax into the state of Delaware Corporations Division with your credit card payment sheet. If you’d like to save some money and file your own Delaware company, you can just sign up for the registered agent service below. You can also always file your Delaware company annual reports yourself. Don’t get duped into paying other agent fees on top of your already high annual report fees to the state of Delaware.