Los Angeles, CA asked in Business Law and Business Formation for Arizona

Q: Forming an LLC with partner stationed overseas, while I live in Arizona.

Hi, I am getting ready to form an LLC together with my boyfriend, we will be a member-managed LLC. However when adding his name to the application I need to provide an address, but he is currently stationed in South Korea for a year, and we will be moving together to Guam after that.

How should I proceed? Should I use the base general address? His APO address? His previous home address in Arizona (house is currently rented to someone else), or my own home address on both of us?

I don’t want to get him in trouble, so I want to make sure I do things right from the get go. Your advice will be greatly appreciated!

1 Lawyer Answer
Peter H. Westby
Peter H. Westby
  • Scottsdale, AZ
  • Licensed in Arizona

A: If Arizona is his home state you should use the address that he provided the military if this is still a good address. If not, you should have him authorize you to use your address. When you relocate to Guam you will need to update your information. You will also need to maintain a local statutory agent for service of process.

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