I am forming a non-profit as a student in Alabama. I live in Michigan and so I don't have an address here. We recruited a registered agent service to be compliant for the state, but we don't have a principal address in the state of Alabama. Could I use my home address?
In Alabama, nonprofit organizations are typically required to have a registered agent who has a physical address within the state. This registered agent is responsible for receiving legal documents and official notices on behalf of the nonprofit. However, the principal address of the nonprofit...View More
Whether or not to create separate LLCs for different fields depends on several factors, including the nature of the businesses, the level of risk involved, and your personal preferences. Creating separate LLCs can help keep the liabilities of each business separate and protect the assets of one...View More
The name of the business and a trademark can be the same word. But they serve different purposes. Regardless of whether a mark appears "abandoned" on the USPTO's website, that does not mean that the owner is not still using it and therefore retains rights in the mark. Best to work...View More
Not a thing--except to sue the unlicensed roofer. But before you start a very expensive legal war that will not fix the problem, why not wait for the rains to come and see if the roof works like they are supposed to. Consider this fact:
The quality of any roof is not dependent upon whether...View More
the registered agent is the individual assigned to receive any mail on behalf of the business. usually, the registered agent is listed on the secretary of state website if you do a business entity search.
Does a very small church NEED to incorporate? No. There are many small churches, and some large ones, that operate as unincorporated associations. However, I advise all my nonprofit clients, including churches, to incorporate. Although I can't speak specifically to Alabama law, in my...View More
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