What Happens to My LLC Interest When I Die? Buy Sell Tips

By incnow April 7, 2014

Your first question may be, what exactly is my LLC interest. In short, your LLC interest is your bundle of rights and privileges defined by LLC members in the LLC operating agreement unlike corporate stock, it is not usually held in the form of a membership certificate. Instead, it is usually set forth in the […]

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Is an Office Address Required to Incorporate in Delaware?

By incnow March 3, 2014

One of the most commonly asked questions is whether a business address or physical address is a requirement to incorporate in the state of Delaware.  Both domestic and international customers ask this question.  Since most of the businesses filed in Delaware are located outside Delaware; this is a common concern. Do not let this concern […]

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Dedicated Delaware Series LLC information page at Incnow.com

By John Williams September 17, 2013

Just today, Incnow.com added a new page dedicated to the series LLC. This page is designed to help someone forming a series LLC to understand their operation from start to finish. It explains the difference between the cell and the company and even discusses up and coming issues to be addressed by the Uniform Laws […]

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Delaware Public Benefit Corporations: Doing Well and Doing Good

By John Williams August 5, 2013

A new Public Benefit Corporation law became effective on August 1, 2013 in Delaware. This law creates the option to incorporate a public benefit corporation, which is a for-profit corporation that also has a public benefit goal. Managers, officers, and directors must balance the best interests of stockholders, public interest, and the interests of those […]

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Why Incorporate in Delaware?

By John Williams June 22, 2013

Chances are you are located outside Delaware, but your friends suggested Delaware to you. The question is why? Why would you incorporate in Delaware, when you could incorporate in your home state? The simple answer is Delaware is better. Delaware is the gold standard. When teaching corporate law, professors across the country teach Delaware corporate […]

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