My LLC Organization paperwork was sent to the State of PA with my UPS Store mailbox address listed as the Registered Office address. I now have a real Registered Agent provider. I plan to mail the form "Statement or Certificate of Change of Registered Office" to the state with the $5 fee. Is this the correct form to use? Someone told me to use a different form that has a $70 fee, but when I look at the forms on the state website, that does seem correct.
Also, my LLC Organization paperwork listed my UPS Store mailbox address as the Organizer's address. I will be closing that UPS mailbox and opening one at a location closer to my home. Do I need to change the Organizer's address too, or is the Registered Office address the only thing that needs changed?
Please retain a good tax and business attorney to make sure your LLC was set-up properly, that your Operating Agreement is appropriate and to prepare the Change of Agent and office. A UPS box is not a sufficient address.
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I would be happy to review your filings to ensure that your LLC was properly created and to help you file the correct forms to make your desired changes. 610-608-9103.
You should be consulting with a business lawyer to help you with this. The form you are referring to may be correct, but someone should review the form when you have it completed to ensure that you have no delay in changing the registered address.
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