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North Carolina Registered Agent

Let me tell you about why you need a registered agent in North Carolina.

Explain it to me; what is a registered agent?

A registered agent, sometimes referred to as a statutory agent, is a company with a physical location in the state of North Carolina who is responsible for accepting legal notices on your behalf. Your registered agent is required to be available and present during standard business hours.

In a nutshell, who can act as a registered agent?

Your North Carolina registered agent should be a company or person who is a legal citizen of your state. They should be on hand to receive legal documents during normal business hours. North Carolina registered agents must provide a legal, business address within the state of North Carolina.

How does my business benefit from having a registered agent?

North Carolina businesses benefit in several ways by designating a registered agent. First and foremost, designating a registered agent keeps your business in compliance with state law. With as your registered agent, anytime you are sent any legal notification, service of process, letter or annual report notice – we accept those in your place. Momentarily, we’re uploading your documents into your client account. You’ll receive instant notification of any documents we scan into your North Carolina registered agent account. Additionally, we also keep track of your North Carolina filing deadlines and email you reminders with how-to links so you can submit your report ahead of schedule with the North Carolina Secretary of State.

What qualities should I be looking for in a registered agent?

Solid Reputation: Your registered agent must be known for forwarding service of process and legal paperwork in a timely and reliable manner. If they accept legal documents on your behalf and fail to deliver them to you, you could end up with a judgment against you in court and not even know that your business is party to a lawsuit.

Customer Service: Just imagine you need to clarify or have a question about some aspect of your business as it relates to the State. You don’t want to discuss it with someone reading off a script in a call center in some foreign country, you want to chat with a customer service rep who actually knows a thing or two about business registered agent service in North Carolina.