Florida Registered Agent

Florida Registered AgentWhether you are incorporating a Florida Corporation, forming a Florida Limited Liability Company, or registering to do business in the State of Florida, the State requires you to have a registered agent. If you fail to properly comply with the requirements for a Florida registered agent, then you may be subject to fines, or you company may be dissolved.

A registered agent acts as the company’s representative for “service of process.” This means that they will accept writs, summonses, or other legal papers to which your company is required to respond. Hiring an Attorney as your Florida registered agent adds a layer of protection for your company. In the event that your company is sued, you will only have twenty (20) days to respond. If you do not respond on time, a default may be entered against you or the cost of the litigation may be greatly increased.

The address of the registered agent must have a Florida address and be open to the public during regular business hours. The Florida Division of Corporations states “The registered agent must sign and state that he/she is familiar with and accepts the obligations of the position.”

Here at Boyer Law Firm, P.L., we offer our registered agent services to both already formed companies and those who need our assistance with formation. If you are thinking about starting a company or need to change your Florida registered agent, then contact our business law attorneys today.

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