Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. offers our clients — licensed attorneys, CPAs and enrolled agents — 24 hour expedited services for many of our new business formation services. If you have an immediate request to form your client’s new business, whether it is a corporation or LLC, allow one of our experienced business formation specialists to assist you quickly and cost-effectively.
Compare this timing to the California Secretary of State’s turnaround times (weeks or more!), for example, and you’ve got yourself a deal that can’t be beat.
Click here to see the turnaround times for forming an LLC through the California Secretary of State.
When it comes to picking a business name, even the most confident business owner can have doubts about whether a name is really the right fit for the company. As an attorney, CPA, or other licensed business professional, you understand that part of your job includes holding your client’s hand through this process, while also making his decision on easier one. And that’s where we come in.
Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can run a name availability check with the Secretary of State and have the results back to you within a few hours. You want to make sure you do not support your client in choosing a business name that is already in use or sounds to similar to an existing name on the records of the Secretary of State or is misleading to the public. Making any one of the mistakes can result in your client’s corporation or LLC not being allowed to use the initial name of their choosing.
Is your client interested in converting his or her business from an LLC to an incorporation? Thanks to Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc., converting from a limited liability corporation (LLC) to an S Corp or C Corp has never been easier.
Why would a business want to switch to an incorporation? Several reasons, many of which come down to finances. For example, you might want your client to take advantage of the tax benefits an incorporation provides. A corporation offers more tax write-offs than an LLC and allows the business to operate past the owners death, unlike an LLC. Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can assist you in incorporating a business in each of the 50 states.
Your state may or may not accept a business entity conversion form that allows you to quickly convert from one business type to the next. If your state does not, you will need to dissolve the LLC and establish an incorporation, which Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can do quickly. However, before you do anything, have us run a name availability check. You might discover that your client’s business name is not available as an incorporation, which is good to know before your client officially changes over to a C or S Corp.
Interested in forming a new business in Nevada? Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can help. Along with Nevada LLC formation, we offer same-day incorporation services to our clients. There are many perks to forming your client’s new business in Nevada and Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can assist you in quickly, accurately, and efficiently doing so.
Hundreds of new businesses are formed in Nevada each year. Why do so many lawyers and CPAs like to incorporate their client’s new businesses in Nevada? Here are a few reasons to incorporate in Nevada:
You’ve formed your client’s new business. Now you need a Registered Agent, but you don’t know of one in the state in which your client’s corporation or LLC is formed. What do you do? Call us, of course.
Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. is pleased to provide its valued clients national Registered Agent Services for only $99/year.
Effective immediately, if you choose to use our in-house services, the new registered agent name must be reflected on all formation documents as:
Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. is excited to announce that it will be attending the 29th Annual California Accounting & Business Show & Conference. The conference will take place June 3rd-4th, 2013 and is the largest meeting of CPAs in California each year.
Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. will be at booth 183A — be sure to stop by!
As every corporate or small business attorney or CPA who has assisted a client in starting a new business is aware, appointing a registered agent is part of the incorporation process. A registered agent is the individual or company that you, as your client’s representative, name to receive your client’s service of process and other official notices. Notices include important information such as state franchise tax notices pertaining to your client’s new business or the paperwork the state sends for the yearly renewal of the business entity’s charter. Additionally, service of process is how a third party gives you and your client’s company notice of a pending legal matter, allowing as you to respond accordingly.
When you are looking to incorporate your client’s new business and want same day service, you know to go Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. to incorporate in all 50 states. But did you also know that you can save time and money with our convenient Draft ‘n File® corporate filing service? Designed to make your legal or accounting practice even more efficient, we will prepare and file your client’s Articles of Incorporation while we are at work incorporating your client’s new business with the appropriate Secretary of State.
The Articles of Incorporation (sometimes also referred to as the Certificate of Incorporation or the Corporate Charter) are a necessary part of every corporation as they provide the primary rules governing the management of a corporation in the United States.
Of course, you can send us your client’s Articles (via fax, email, or online) but why not let us do the drafting work for you? For our California incorporators, we guarantee that your client’s new business formation documents will be hand delivered, received, and filed with the California Secretary of State the following business day. This premier service is available for licensed attorneys, enrolled agents and certified public accountants only.
Interested in forming your client’s new business as an LLC? Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can form your client’s LLC in 24 hours. That’s right: 24 hour turnaround times for LLC formation! What’s more, we can run an accurate and quick business name check first to ensure that your client’s desired business name is available.
As you are likely aware from your own practice, the LLC is growing in popularity among small and large business owners alike. Here are a few advantages to choosing an LLC that might be making it so popular:
A requirement under Article 9 of the Uniform Commerical Code, our clients (attorneys, CPAs, enrolled agents, and other licensed professionals) are regularly requesting UCC Filings for their businesses, as well as those of their clients. A UCC filing is a financial statement submitted to the Secretary of State that details the corporate cash flow, internal rates of return, and balance sheets.
For example, when your client’s personal business assets are used as collateral for borrowing, a UCC-1 statement is prepared, signed, and filed; thereby creating a secured loan. The filing creates a lien against the the property which your client must pay off the debt before disposing of the property. The lien is registered in the state in which the business is located.