FAQ

Do I need a Registered Agent in Virginia? Yes. According to the Code of Virginia, Section 13.1-634, a business is required to maintain a Registered Agent and a registered office in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

What is the registered office? The registered office is the Registered Agent's business office.

What is the principal office address? The principal office address is your business address, which does not need to be located in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Can you help me form a Virginia entity? Registered Agent Services works hand in hand with the law firm of Robert B. Smith, III, P.C., which can assist you in forming a Virginia entity, file the paperwork for you, complete your initial corporate document (By Laws, Stock Certifications, Operating Agreement, Minutes, obtain an EIN, etc.), file UCC Financing Statements, and most any other legal business needs you may have in Virginia.

What are your fees for serving as Registered Agent in Virginia? Registered Agent Services charges an annual flat fee of $190.00 for limited liability companies and an annual flat fee of $195.00 for corporations. In addition, if you are sued with a suit, you will be charged a reasonable fee to scan the suit, e-mail it to you, fax it to you, and mail it overnight to you.

If I have questions on completing and/or filing my annual report, can you help me? Yes. Simply give us a call or send us an e-mail, we would be happy to help.

Can the Clerk of the Virginia State Corporation act as my Registered Agent in Virginia? No. The Clerk of the Virginia State Corporation Commission cannot and will not act as your Registered Agent in Virginia.

Can I cancel your representation at any time? Yes. However, as long as you are doing business in Virginia, you are required to maintain a Registered Agent in Virginia.

 

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