I agree with my colleagues: the LLC's operating agreement is where you will specify who the members are and their respective membership interests. Every LLC in CA is required to have an operating agreement, but it need not be filed with the Secretary of State. Keep it in your LLC record book, along with all other company records.
In the statement of information, you must provide the name of all managers. You only need to specify who the members are if no managers have been appointed.
Best of luck.
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It is specified later in both the operating agreement and statement of information.
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The number of members is normally NOT part of the Articles of Organization for an LLC. It does seek info on the whether the Company will be 'Member-Managed' or 'Manager Managed'. So you're fine to list one single Manager. In the Operating Agreement and/or the Register of Members in the LLC Record Book, you'll find the appropriate place to list the Members and their percentage of ownership. When I form LLCs (in all 50 states), we handle that in drafting the documents that go into the Record Book Perhaps the attached Video will help. I do suggest you work with Business Law attorney in the beginning to ensure you've covered all the legal and tax bases. Good Luck!
I agree with my colleagues:
The Articles of Organization discuss management but not the number of members.
The Operating Agreement will identify the members and the manager.
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