AGENT OF

PROCESS

WHAT IS AN AGENT OF PROCESS/SERVICE?

 

Explained by an Experienced Los Angeles Business Attorney

 

When you register your partnership, corporation, c-corporation, or limited liability company (LLC) you must designate an agent of process/service. What does this mean? The Law Office of Eric J. Proos, P.C., acts as the agent of process/service for a number of its partnership, corporation, c-corporation, and limited liability company (LLC) clients.

 

There is a lot of paperwork that goes with starting and operating your business. So much so, that you may miss something that came in the mail. Do you want that something you missed to be a demand letter or lawsuit that includes tight deadlines to respond? The answer is, and should be, NO.

 

The Law Office of Eric J. Proos, P.C., is here to help you and your partnership, corporation, c-corporation, or limited liability company (LLC) not miss the important legal paperwork.

 

An agent of process/service is simply a person or entity that is listed by the partnership, corporation, c-corporation, or limited liability company (LLC) to accept service of any legal documents. The information for the agent of process/service is listed on the formation documents and is available to the public. When determining who to serve with a lawsuit, attorneys will research your partnership, corporation, c-corporation, or limited liability company (LLC) to determine the proper person/entity to serve.

 

Do not miss or lose legal documents that have been served upon your partnership, corporation, c-corporation, or limited liability company (LLC) because it was included in the heap of junk mail.

 

Call the Law Office of Eric J. Proos, P.C. today to discuss agent of process/service. Make sure all legal documents received properly.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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