Designating and maintaining a registered agent is required by law. Any entity conducting business must register in each state it is conducting business and designate and maintain a registered agent. In some cases a registered office is also required.
A Registered Agent serves as the contact for accepting and forwarding Service of Process documents served upon the company within those states where the company is authorized to do business. Service of Process can include legal proceedings, litigation, legal notices, or official government correspondence to the company.
Failing to register and maintain a registered agent may prevent your company from legally entering into contracts along with losing the protection of state courts. The state may impose monetary, civil, and in some cases, criminal sanctions. Failure to maintain a registered agent may cause your company to lose its "good standing" status with the state. If your company is not in compliance, your authority to do business within a state may be revoked and financial penalties may be imposed to reinstate the “good standing” status of your business.
Founded in April 1995, National Registered Agents, Inc. is a professional service company providing Registered Agent services in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and many foreign jurisdictions. Managed by a well-known and experienced team of veterans, each having over 35+ years in the industry, NRAI has been serving businesses for over a decade and has proven itself as a trusted expert. NRAI's sole business is to act as Registered Agent for a variety of business entities comprising of: Business Corporations, Not-for-Profit Corporations, General Partnerships, Limited Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, Tax Haven Corporations, Insurance Companies, and Banking Companies. NRAI represents thousands of companies large and small throughout the world.
NRAI acting as registered agent for your company, also provides a registered office, the forwarding of Service of Process, tax and regulatory compliance materials, and official correspondence and communications.
Absolutely! NRAI has established time-tested procedures for handling Service of Process. NRAI recognizes, however, the procedures for every client may differ according to the needs of each client. As such, all procedures are agreed to in advance and in writing, and can only be changed in writing. This way NRAI will never act on your behalf without your approval.
NRAI has an absolute policy of keeping all client information strictly confidential. Unfortunately, there are infrequent times, however, when NRAI is presented with a subpoena legally compelling disclosure of client information. Under these circumstances, NRAI must disclose requested information under penalty of law. Rest assured, under such circumstances, NRAI always consults with the client first. NRAI's personnel and their affiliate agents always verify a request for information is from an authorized source.
Each member of the NRAI staff and the members of the NRAI corporate service offices are trained professionals, paralegals, or attorneys, highly schooled in the proper procedures for handling all client matters.
Trusted, innovative, experts are NRAI bywords. NRAI maintains full Errors and Omissions Liability coverage through nationally known insurance carriers.
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