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File your LLC’s Articles of Organization in Arizona using SunDoc Filings. We make daily trips to the Secretary of State office. Unlike other filing services, we handle all filings on an expedited basis. We never mail in your documents and we always have a live voice to help.
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Your filing is now on its way! If we receive your Arizona LLC's Articles of Organization by noon M-F, your filing will be submitted the same day it was received. The date submitted will become the file date of your new entity. The Secretary of State office will take at a few weeks to process routine orders. Keep in mind that if you mail the document to the state yourself, like many filing services do, you will have to wait SEVERAL MONTHS. When the state is approves your document, they will issue a state entity number and a certified copy We will immediately fax or email the filed document to you. We will return the certified copy via regular mail. FedEx is available for an additional fee.
Your Post-Filing Responsibilities
File a Statement of Information: After the Articles of Organization are filed, the Secretary of State requires that you file a Statement of Information. The Statement of Information, includes the business and mailing address of the entity, the names and addresses of the members, the agent for service of process, and a brief description of the business. We can file this for you; simply add it to your order.
Employer Identification Number: You may add it to your order or fill out our online EIN order form and we will obtain the EIN within 24-48 hours.
Arizona LLC Kit: Our LLC Kits include a custom binder, 20 customized membership certificates, printed minutes, operating agreement, LLC seal embosser, and FedEx 2nd Day shipping. You can order the Arizona LLC kit at the time of filing or if you prefer, you can place the order individually at our Corporate/LLC Kit order page.
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Arizona LLC Formation Guidelines
Limited Liability Company Name
The Limited Liability Company must contain the words Limited Liability Company, Limited Company, or the abbreviations L.L.C., L.C., LLC or LC. An available name may be reserved for a 120-day period. In general, most business corporations are required to contain "Association", "Company", "Corporation", "Limited", "Incorporated", or an abbreviation of one of these words in their name. Please refer to A.R.S. 10-401 for detailed information. Limited Liability Companies are generally required to have the words "Limited Liability Company", "Limited Company", or the abbreviations "L.L.C." or "L.C." in their names. Furthermore, LLCs are not allowed to have the words "Association", "Corporation", or "Incorporated" or abbreviations of these words in their names. Please refer to A.R.S. 29-602 for detailed information. Professional Corporations and LLCs are also generally required to have the word "Professional" (or an abbreviation) in their names. Please refer to A.R.S. 10-2215 or A.R.S. 29-845 for detailed information. More detailed requirements associated with other business entity name requirements can be found in Title 10 and Title 29. On-line reservations will take precedence over all other documents filed on paper and submitted by mail, fax or over-the-counter. SunDoc Filings will submit your request online.
The limited liability company can be formed by one (1) or more individuals.
The period of duration of a limited liability company shall be perpetual unless the Articles of Organization place a limitation on the company’s existence or until dissolution or termination.
Statutory or Registered Agent
A limited liability company must maintain a statutory agent and office to receive service of process in Arizona.
The members of a limited liability company may adopt and maintain a separate operating agreement. The agreement may contain provisions regarding the affairs and conduct of the business of the company to the extent such provisions are not inconsistent with the laws of the Arizona or the Articles of Organization.
Submit to the Arizona Corporation Commission one executed copy of the Articles of Organization.
Please note: The Statutory Agent must execute the Articles giving his acceptance to act.
Publication of Articles of Organization
Within sixty days after filing with the State Corporation Commission publish, in a newspaper of general circulation, an affidavit evidencing such publiccation in the county of the known place of business, for three consecutive publications, a copy of the articles of organization.
$100/$150 - estimated publication costs in Maricopa County. Publication costs will vary depending on the length of the Articles of Organization and the county wherein the document must be published.
Arizona LLC Frequently Asked Questions
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