If you conduct business in multiple countries or states inside the United States, then it is important to ensure that your business is properly registered in each of those jurisdictions.
In many cases, the name of your business may be available in one state, but the case may be that your business name is not available in Florida.
If this is the case, then you have the option of registering your business under a different legal name and then applying for a fictitious name, which will allow you to legally market and present your business under the same name you used in the other state. You should hire an attorney to assist you through this process, as there are requirements, such as publishing requirements, that must be met in order to properly register your fictitious name.
If you name is unique and you have a logo for your business, it is a good idea to apply for a trademark or service mark in order to protect the brand of your business.
The same is true for international companies whose business name is not available in Florida.
If you are interested in conducting business in Florida, whether you have an existing business or not, then contact Boyer Law Firm, P.L. today to see how we can assist you.