I'm moving to Georgia, but want to keep the corporation in Michigan (my home state) because I named the company after my home city.
Yes, this can be done, but you need to have a resident agent and a registered office address based in Michigan. Many attorneys agree to do this. There are also corporations set up to do this. If you have someone in Michigan willing to do this, you would be good to go...literally. After this week's weather, there are a lot of other people in Michigan thinking that Georgia sounds like a better place to be, right now.
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Yes-but follow attorney F redericks advice on resident agent.
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