Q: Is it possible to hire an Attorney for just a nominee service (NOT a registered agent) for my corporate registration?
Many "publishers" offer to complete corporate registration forms for your new LLC or Corp with whichever state you choose and some offer registered agent service. Some offer an additional step by offering a nominee if you need privacy. Their rates are often double even triple what a normal provider offers. We can fill out forms ourselves but need correct steps for the nominee portion. What kind of attorney could we hire for this and how to find such?
A: Most corporate attorneys can handle this. They may also be found under categories such as "corporate governance" corporate transaction" or "corporate formations" Use Justia and look under those categories.
If the attorney will act as a nominee, there may be an initial fee, but the real cost will be based on how much additional work that attorney will be required to do as a nominee. How many contracts will they be asked to review and sign as the nominee? Will their name appear on websites as the contact person?
Make sure you give the attorney as much information as you can so they can adequately advise you and give you the proper quote for their services so there are no unexpected surprises.
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