We're a team of 3 co-founders of a startup which was registered in New Jersey just a couple months ago as an LLC. Our equity is split 35/35/30. Currently, in Boston, we have an angel investor who's ready to invest in our company by way of a convertible note. She'll be sending over a revised term sheet some time in the next couple of days. However, in order to close the investment, she'd rather that we become a Delaware C corporation. What's the best way to go about this and how long can such a process take? Also, how affordable is this process? Lastly, given it's a convertible note and not an equity investment, is there any possibility she could safely invest in us as an LLC in manner where her investment could still hold value after our conversion into a Delaware C corporation? Thanks.