Are you considering forming your client’s new business in Delaware? Incorporating a business in Delaware can be a very good idea, depending on your client’s needs and wants.

Here are a few reasons to incorporate in Delaware, according to its Division of Corporations:

Why Choose Delaware as Your Corporate Home?

More than half a million business entities have their legal home in Delaware, including more than 50% of all U.S. publicly-traded companies and 60% of the Fortune 500. Businesses choose Delaware because we provide a complete package of incorporation services including modern and flexible corporate laws, our highly-respected Court of Chancery, a business-friendly State Government, and the customer service oriented Staff of the Delaware Division of Corporations.

Along with flexible laws designed to provide maximum room in the structuring of business entities and the allocation of rights and duties among founders and shareholders, Delaware’s General Corporation Law is the most advanced and flexible business formation statute in the United States.

Additionally, Delaware’s Court of Chancery uses judges instead of juries. This means that ‘experts’ hear your case and decisions that are passed down are issued as opinions that you and your client can rely on to hopefully avoid potential litigation.

Many clients like incorporating their business in Delaware because of its privacy laws. Delaware does not require director or officer names to be listed in the formation documents, although you must have a Registered Agent on file.

Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can assist you in finding a Registered Agent for your client’s new business, reserving a business entity name, and preparing your client’s Articles of Incorporation. We offer quick and efficient incorporation services in all 50 states.

If you would like to get started on forming your client’s S-Corp or C-Corp in Delaware, contact the experienced team at Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. today.

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