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About Your Registered Agent in Colorado

Okay, here’s the scoop about registered agent service in Colorado.

What is the reason for registered agents in the first place?

Long ago, you just fought dragons and paid your taxes to the lord of the land. Eventually, economies evolved, new company structures like corporations and limited liability companies emerged. These types of business structures were created to protect business owners from liabilities and provide tax advantages. Business entities are furnished standing that is separated from the people who start them. Unfortunately, it didn’t take very much time for owners to work out that they could avoid litigation by personally steering clear of process servers. So, to get rid of that loophole, most jurisdictions compel companies to designate a “registered agent.”

What are the requirements or restrictions I should know about my registered agent?

There are only a few restrictions relating to who can act as your registered agent here in Colorado. Specifically, the person or entity acting as your resident agent must be located and available at a physical street address within Colorado during normal business hours. They will be responsible to receive all tax-related and legal documents, annual report forms, litigation (service of process) documents, etc., on your behalf. It is critical that you choose a solid company, like when choosing your registered agent.

How will having a registered agent aid my company?

Most importantly, having a registered agent keeps your company in compliance with state law. Also, we accept and scan any legal notice, service of process, annual report, or letter received into your client account locally in Colorado. You receive instantaneous notice of any documents scanned into your Colorado registered agent customer account.

As an added service, we also monitor your State annual report due date and email you reminders with do-it-yourself links to submit your paperwork before your due date with the Colorado Secretary of State.

Describe the duties of a standard Colorado registered agent?

A resident agent in Colorado furnishes a legal address where a person is available during standard business hours. The registered agent is responsible to accept legal documents and service of process on behalf of your company and then forward this paperwork on to your business. Additionally, your Colorado registered agent will remind you of important filing due dates like annual report filings and renewals. An Colorado registered agent can also double check to verify your business is compliant with Colorado state law.