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Should I Set Up an LLC Holding Company?

By IncNow May 7, 2021
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How you can protect your businesses from the liabilities of your other businesses Does a D.B.A. offer you any legal protection? Are there alternatives to setting up a separate LLC for each business or property? If you have multiple LLCs, it’s only natural to wonder if you should set up an LLC holding company. In order to determine […]

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What Does LLC, Inc, Co, Corp, and Ltd Mean?

By IncNow April 15, 2021
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You may be asking “What does LLC stand for,” “Which entity should I choose,” “What is Inc.,” “What does Co. mean,” “What is LLC,” or “Ltd vs. LLC?” Before you incorporate, you need to choose which type of entity is right for you. This isn’t something you’re born knowing, and they don’t teach it in […]

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A Delaware Series LLC Can Help Protect Your Businesses

By IncNow July 29, 2020
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The Delaware Series LLC is a business entity which enables members to place a web of liability shields over individualized assets within a single LLC. As the name suggests, a Series LLC entails a singular organization empowered to self segregate its assets. This creates many rings of protection. As the Delaware Series LLC has risen […]

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The Series LLC Can Protect Your Business from an ‘Infection’

By IncNow April 21, 2020
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Just as an infected person with a virus can infect nearby healthy people, an asset with a liability in a company can be a bad apple that unnecessarily exposes all the good apples to a liability. In this case, the “virus” is not a germ, but rather a judgment creditor who tries to collect against […]

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New Delaware Corporate Information System (“DCIS”) launched on September 8, 2015

By IncNow October 15, 2015

Over Labor Day weekend, after over a decade of development efforts, the Delaware Division of Corporations (the “Division”) successfully launched a new web-based system to administer its business entity and UCC filing systems.  Fortunately, Delaware state administrators and the agent community had a long period to train, test and update the system to make sure […]

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Are You a Serial Entrepreneur? Consider the Delaware Series LLC.

By IncNow October 6, 2015

Serial entrepreneurs should consider the Delaware Series LLC, the most cutting-edge type of business on the market. While it is advisable to set up a new LLC for each different business interest, if the cost of managing a dozen or more companies is overwhelming, consider another alternative: the Series LLC. Are you someone who is […]

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IncNow President John L. Williams, Esq. Appointed ABA Advisor to Uniform Laws Commission on Series of Unincorporated Business Entities Act

By IncNow December 10, 2014

On November 20, 2014, the American Bar Association Real Property, Trusts and Estates Section appointed IncNow President John L. Williams, Esq. as an American Bar Association (ABA) Section Advisor on the Uniform Laws Commission (ULC) committee to draft Series LLC provisions that numerous states will use as a model for laws establishing series entities, including […]

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Should I Incorporate My Business in Delaware?

By IncNow May 20, 2014

Anyone who can incorporate in another state can decide instead to incorporate in Delaware. U.S. constitutional law allows you to incorporate in Delaware with the same rights and privileges as a business incorporated in your home state. The difference is that Delaware law will govern the internal affairs of your business. People from all over […]

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When Forming a Delaware LLC, Choose a Registered Agent with Direct Access to the Delaware Corporation Imaging System.

By IncNow May 19, 2014

A limited number of commercial registered agents have access to a dedicated online connection to the State of Delaware. This online filing system is not web based. It is a MS-DOS based terminal where the user has direct access to the Delaware Secretary of State Division of Corporations mainframe. DCIS stands for Delaware Corporation Information […]

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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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Why everyone should use the Series LLC

By John Williams April 26, 2013

Incnow is excited to announce that John Williams will be presenting a seminar on the Series LLC to the American Bar Association’s section on Real Property, Trusts and Estates titled: Why Everyone Could Use a Series LLC. The seminar will be a 1.5 hour teleconference at noon on Tuesday, May 14, 2013. Having set up […]

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How is the Delaware Series LLC like an egg carton and a 747?

By John Williams March 4, 2013

Would you buy a dozen eggs with each in its own individual packaging? Would you buy a dozen eggs all sloshing around in a basket together? In the first example, the packaging is wasteful and embellished and makes them hard to open when needed and difficult to carry around. However in the second example the […]

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Why Attorneys SHOULD use the Series LLC – Upcoming ABA Conference Call

By John Williams September 28, 2012

John Williams will be presenting a “hot topics” conference call with the American Bar Association’s Real Property Trusts and Estates Section’s subcommittee on Partnerships and LLCs to discuss why attorneys SHOULD use series LLCs in real estate transactions. This call is tentatively scheduled for mid January, 2013. Items to be discussed will include common applications […]

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