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Registered Agent Services

What is a Registered Agent?

A registered agent is a person or business entity that is appointed by a company to receive legal and official documents on its behalf, such as tax notices, legal summons, and other legal correspondence from the state government. The registered agent must have a physical address in the state where the business is registered and be available during business hours to receive and sign for any documents. Having a registered agent is important for businesses to ensure that they are promptly notified of any legal issues or other important communications from the state government.

What are the responsibilities of a Registered Agent?

The responsibilities of a registered agent may vary depending on the state and the type of business entity, but generally, their main responsibilities include:

  • Receiving legal and tax documents: Registered agents are responsible for receiving important legal and tax documents on behalf of the business, such as tax notices, service of process, and other official government correspondence.

  • Maintaining legal compliance: Registered agents ensure that the business entity is in good standing with the state by filing annual reports and other necessary paperwork.

  • Providing a legal address: Registered agents provide a physical address where legal and tax documents can be delivered, which helps to maintain the privacy of the business owner's personal address.

  • Facilitating communication: Registered agents serve as the main point of contact between the business and the state, which can help to streamline communication and ensure that important deadlines and requirements are met.

Benefits of a Registered Agent


The registered agent will ensure that you never miss an annual report deadline.


Never miss or lose a document. The service received and stores them for you. 


Never receive official correspondence or a summons at your place of business. 

Mailing Address

808 Chestnut St. #33
Chattanooga, TN 37402




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