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What all documents are required for incorporation of Limited Liability Partnership?

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The specifics will vary depending on the state in which you intend to form the entity, but typically you’d file a notice or certificate with the appropriate state agency that identifies the entity name, address, registered agent, and any other matters that state law requires be included in such a document.  You would also have to pay a filing fee.   It would generally be a good idea to have a written partnership agreement, but that typically wouldn’t be filed with the state.  You would also need to obtain an EIN from the IRS — there’s a form you submit to them for that.  Depending on the nature of the business you plan to conduct, you may need to register to collect/remit sales tax, and you might also need business licenses.

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4 hours ago, Srh11 said:

Thinking of incorporating an LLP

 

"LLP" stands for limited liability partnership.  One can form or create an LLP, and one can incorporate a corporation, but one cannot "incorporat[e] an LLP."  Also, in at least some states, the LLP business entity form is limited to certain professions (e.g., law firms).  What exactly is the nature of your business and why do you want to use the LLP form over other business entity forms?

 

 

4 hours ago, Srh11 said:

I just needed to know what all documents are required for the registration process?

 

Hire a local attorney.  If you insist on doing it yourself, the documents that are needed rather obviously vary from state to state but can be ascertained with some very simple google searches.  Or you can use one of many online services.

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On 9/6/2019 at 9:09 PM, pg1067 said:

 

"LLP" stands for limited liability partnership.  One can form or create an LLP, and one can incorporate a corporation, but one cannot "incorporat[e] an LLP."  Also, in at least some states, the LLP business entity form is limited to certain professions (e.g., law firms).  What exactly is the nature of your business and why do you want to use the LLP form over other business entity forms?

 

 

 

Hire a local attorney.  If you insist on doing it yourself, the documents that are needed rather obviously vary from state to state but can be ascertained with some very simple google searches.  Or you can use one of many online services.

Yes, I was advised by many others to hire an attorney and I am planning to do so. Thanks for your help .

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