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Registered Agent In Montana Info

Let’s talk a little bit about why you need a registered agent in Montana.

A lot of companies are on the web providing commercial registered agent service. From the most massive of the detached and overpriced to the smallest, unseasoned local beginners, you have a wide range of options when it comes to picking your Montana resident agent. We’re not too big and we’re not too small. Our goal is to help you pick the registered agent that is optimal for your Montana company.

What are the functions of a normal Montana registered agent?

A registered agent in Montana furnishes a lawful address where someone is present during regular business hours. Your registered agent is responsible to receive legal documents and service of process for your business and then send this paperwork on to your company. Additionally, your registered agent will prompt you of important filing cutoff dates like annual report filings and other things to keep your business compliant. They can also check to ensure your business is in “good standing” with Montana business codes.

How can having a registered agent help my company?

First and foremost, appointing a registered agent keeps your company in adherence of Montana state law. Furthermore, we accept delivery of and scan any service of process, legal notice, annual report, or letter received into your customer account locally right here in Montana. You receive instantaneous notification of any paperwork scanned into your Montana resident agent customer account.

As an additional service, we also track your Montana annual report due date and forward you prompts with do-it-yourself links to submit your paperwork in a timely manner with Montana.

Can I get in trouble if I fail to maintain or don’t have a registered agent in Montana for my business?

Yes, there can be repercussions for failing to maintain your Montana registered agent. Fees may or may not be assessed. The Montana Secretary of State may revoke your LLC or corporate legal status if you don’t maintain your registered agent.