What is a Registered Agent in California?
Corporations, limited liability companies and limited partnerships are required by statute to designate a registered agent for service of process. The agent for service of process must be: (1) a person who resides in California or (2) an active corporation in California that has filed a certificate pursuant to California Corporations Code section 1505. (California Corporations Code section 1502(b).)
Our firm is a 1505 Registered Agent Corporation.
We provide resident agent services for corporations, limited liability companies (LLC) and limited partnerships in California. Our fee for California Resident Agent Services is $250 per year.
What does a Registered Agent Do?
Our firm accepts service of process of documents on behalf of your corporations, limited liability companies (LLC) and limited partnerships.
Example: Someone is suing your corporation Wells Fargo Bank, LTD in small claims court and they need to serve your corporation with a SC-100 Plaintiff claim and order to go to small claims court. The person searched the California Secretary of State Business Search. They would find your registered agent is Corporation Service Company doing business in California as CSC Lawyers Incorporating Service listed on your statement of information form.
The person suing you would hire a registered process serving company to serve the small claims paperwork to your registered agent Corporation Service Company located at 2710 Gateway Oaks Drive Suite 150N, Sacramento, CA 95833.
How do I know Corporation Service Companies address in California since it is not listed on the statement of information form?
Our firm is a nationwide process serving company and we serve legal documents to Wells Fargo’s registered agent Corporation Service Company.
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