I will complete the articles of incorporation or organization

complete the articles of incorporation or organization
complete the articles of incorporation or organization
complete the articles of incorporation or organization

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About This Gig

My work is guaranteed to exceed expectations. I am a senior level executive with many years of verifiable employment and educational backgrounds. I hold a Doctor of Philosophy Degree from the University of Toledo. 

By incorporating your business, you will become a legal person in the eyes of the law.

For $5 we will:
  • Complete the Articles of Incorporation or Organization for your business;
  • Work with you to identify the right legal structure to use; (Optional)
  • Run a Business name check in your state, to identify if the name is available or not;

We only complete the necessary steps in terms of completing the legal documents needed by law to become a legal structure. After we are finished we will send you the completed documents along with detailed information and instructions of how and where to send the documents.


We are not a law firm and our advice is not a substitute for advice of an attorney. We simply provide our clients with document preparation services, based on our experience and education. We take every reasonable effort to ensure that our documents are legally sufficient. If you need legal advice, please consult with an attorney.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What Documents Do I Need to Incorporate My Business?
    You will need Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Organization if forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC).
  • How Are LLCs Taxed?
    If more than one person is involved in the creation of the LLC, then it is presumed to be a partnership LLC when it comes to federal tax purposes. If only one person forms an LLC, then the LLC is considered a separate entity from that individual.
  • Should I Form an LLC or S-Corp?
    Both LLCs and S-Corps are popular options and will give you some measure of personal liability and overall legitimacy. They're both good options if you're just starting your business, but it depends on your individual needs.
  • How Is a C-Corp is Taxed?
    Incorporating your business as a C-Corp allows more flexibility than you’d have as an S-Corp. For starters, you can choose to have several classes of shareholders and determine each class’s voting rights. You’ll also have additional tax implications to consider such as double taxation.
  • What Is Limited Liability?
    Limited liability refers to the protection of personal assets from business debts. For example, if your company went bankrupt, you would lose your business assets but your personal assets would still be off limits, barring evidence of fraud or other illegal activity.
  • What Is a Limited Partnership?
    When you're trying to create a Partnership, one of the options you can consider is establishing a Limited Partnership (LP). The Limited Partnership is essentially a Partnership where at least one partner is a general partner.
  • What Does LLC Mean?
    LLC is short for limited liability company. It's a type of legal business entity that was developed to provide business owners with a lower level of liability. According to the IRS, LLC owners face significantly lower caps on company actions and debts.
  • Incorporating in Delaware or Nevada: What's the Best Option for My Business?
    Delaware and Nevada have designed their courts, tax structures, and regulatory climates to cater to corporations. However, as with most legal matters, there are pros and cons to setting up in either state.
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