LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY CHECKLIST
The following information is needed by your attorney in order to prepare the paperwork necessary to set up your LLC.
1. Initial Contact Information. Provide contact information for each person or entity that is an owner of the new company. This information should include names, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses and web sites.
2. Contact Information For The LLC. Provide contact information for the new company, if known, including the business address, telephone and fax numbers, email address and web site.
3. Authorized Communications. To avoid any confusion, your lawyer (and accountant) should be aware who is authorized to communicate with him or her on behalf of the new company. Provide the contact information for that individual.
4. Articles Of Organization And Operating Agreement. The initial documents for the new company will be the Articles of Organization and the Operating Agreement. The following information is needed to prepare these documents.
Business Purpose of the Company (the initial type of business to be engaged in by the company):
Names And Addresses Of Members And Percentage Of Company Owned: Management (Member or Manager run business):
Statutory Agent & Address:
Date and time of Annual Meeting:
Compensation to be Paid the Manager(s) (if any):
Compensation to be Paid the Member(s) (if any):
Capital Contributions of Members (Initial Amounts Contributed By Members):
Bank in Which Corporation Will Open Initial Account(s):
Authorized Persons to Sign on Bank Accounts:
Restrictions On Transfer Of Ownership:[For example, what are the terms of one owner buying out another, is there a right of first refusal before sale, what happens in the event of a death of a Member.]
Qualified to do Business in Other States:
Application for Various State and Federal Licenses and Registrations:
Federal Employer I.D. Number to be obtained by attorney, accountant or officer of company.
City Business License and Other Licenses (as required) to be filed by:
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