One of the most common reasons formation documents get rejected by the state is that the entity name provided is the same as or too similar to an existing name on record with that state. To avoid this simple problem, we recommend that you check the name availability before submitting the articles for filing and, if available, reserve the business name so it can’t be utilized by someone else while you are preparing your articles for filing. If you skip this simple step and submit the articles without reserving a business name, the articles could be rejected—costing you both time and money. So, while reserving a corporate name with the state is not a requirement, we strongly recommend it. If you need assistance, please give us a call at 800.533.7272—our specialists are here to help!
The CA SOS announced it will modify hours M 8/17-W 8/19, due t heat warnings. As a result, documents will need to be submitted to us prior to our 12pm PT cut off. If you need assistance filing your entity documents, please let us know. We're available at firstname.lastname@example.org. pic.twitter.com/Fk7OdzFBjx
In an effort to mitigate the impact of employee furlough days on court operations, the Ventura Superior Court (which remains OPEN with limited entry and capacity) has released its planned closure dates. Read more here: ventura.courts.ca.gov/pn/pn20…
The Utah Department of Commerce - Division of Corporations and Commercial Code will be closed Friday, July 24th in observance of Pioneer Day. #holidayclosure #utahbusiness #utah pic.twitter.com/VhRqdEJaaT