The following items are included when you form an Arizona Corporation with Paralegal-Plus Arizona incorporation services. These rates and features apply to For Profit and Subchapter S Corporations being incorporated under the Arizona Corporations Code ... Add any of the optional upgrades below as desired.
We draft the Articles of Incorporation including indemnification clauses for Directors, the Certificate of Disclosure under ARS 10-202(D) and an Acceptance of Appointment by the Statutory Agent.
You'll receive "signature-ready" documents at your e-mail address in minutes.
The corporation's name will be checked for problems or conflicts with other corporations and companies in Arizona.
The entity name must be uniquely distinguishable from other entities filed with the Corporation Commission and Secretary of State.
We can reserve the name for you for up to 120 days.
Your corporation will be filed "over-the-counter" within 2 days (not 2 weeks).
Use our Rush filing option & the Corporation will start protecting your assets today.
Corporation Commission "return-time" runs 3 - 7 days, but the effective incorporation date (when the Corp. starts protecting you) is the date of filing (not the date the Articles are approved).
Because we file all Arizona corporations by hand-delivery with expedited processing fees paid to the State, we secure and provide all your incorporation documents in the shortest amount of time possible.
You will get a copy of the approved Articles, Arizona Corporate Entity file no., Directors Organizational Action, Arizona Bylaws and Memorandum and Notice of Publication.
You will receive corporate bylaws specifically prepared for your corporation - not some inferior "one size fits all" free form or check-box variety which tend to leave you wondering if you covered all the bases.
Because every state's laws are different, you want your corporation's bylaws to follow the Arizona Corporations Code. Using state-specific bylaws helps you run the corporation in accordance with state law.
Your bylaws will model Arizona law, prepared with information you enter in the Arizona Incorporation questionnaire.
Since Arizona has publication requirements for corporations, we provide a Notice of Incorporating to publish with a Memorandum explaining when, where and how to effect legal publication of the Corp.
Take advantage of our publication service, and we'll publish the Notice and file an Affidavit of Publication for you.
Federal Employment Identification Number (EIN) Application is included.