Texas Registered Agent
How Click&Inc Can Help You Fill the Texas Registered Agent Requirement
All legal business entities in the state of Texas require the designation of a Texas Registered Agent and Registered Office. The purpose of the Registered Agent and Registered Office is to provide a person and address of record where legal notices and processes can be served during normal business hours.
Who Can Be A Registered Agent?
The Registered Agent must be a resident of the state of Texas. There are no age requirements for the Registered Agent other than this person should be over 18 and able to legally be served by process servers. In fact, you can serve as your own Registered Agent. A legal entity or business that is registered to do business in the state of Texas may also serve as the Registered Agent for your corporation or LLC.
What Are The Requirements of a Registered Office?
The only true requirements of a Registered Office are that it be a physical address within the state of Texas that has someone available to accept process servers during normal business hours. Post office boxes and mailbox service establishments cannot be used under any circumstances.
What Happens If You Are Incorporating in Texas But Don’t Live in Texas?
If you are incorporating (or becoming an LLC) in Texas but do not live in Texas you will still need a Registered Agent who is a physical resident of the state of Texas. Click&Inc can provide your business with a Registered Agent in Texas for a fee of $125 per year.