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Georgia Registered Agent Info

Here’s the low-down about why you need a registered agent in Georgia.

Dozens if not hundreds of companies are on the Internet offering commercial registered agent services. From the largest of the detached and most expensive to the tiniest, unseasoned local start-ups, you have a wide range of decisions when it comes to picking your Georgia registered agent. is not too big and we’re not too small. Our desire is to help you decide on the registered agent that is just the right fit for your Georgia business entity.

What are the functions of a normal Georgia registered agent?

A resident agent in Georgia provides a legitimate address where someone is available during typical business hours. Your registered agent is accountable to accept delivery of service of process and legal documents for your business and then deliver these documents on to your business. In addition, your registered agent will prompt you of important filing deadlines like annual report filings and other renewals. They can also check to verify your business is compliant with Georgia business codes.

How does having a resident agent benefit my business?

First and foremost, designating a registered agent keeps your company in compliance with Georgia state law. Also, we accept and scan any service of process, legal notice, annual report, or letter received into your online account locally here in Georgia. You receive immediate notification of any paperwork scanned into your Georgia resident agent online account.

As an added service, we also track your Georgia annual report due date and forward you reminders with how-to links to submit your paperwork in a timely manner with Georgia.

What happens if I don’t have or fail to maintain a registered agent for my business?

There can be ramifications for not maintaining your registered agent in Georgia. Penalties may or may not be assessed. The Georgia Secretary of State may revoke your LLC or corporate legal status if you fail to maintain your registered agent in Georgia.