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Alabama Multi Member LLC Operating Agreement

Alabama Multi Member LLC Operating Agreement

The Alabama multi-member operating agreement is mainly intended for an LLC with more than one (1) owner, known as a member, in order to create a contract that states the main functions and ownership details. Under the revised act in 2014 (View in Adobe PDF), it does not require that an agreement is necessary for […]

Alabama Single Member LLC Operating Agreement

Alabama Single Member LLC Operating Agreement

The Alabama single member operating agreement is a document meant for a sole proprietor, or the only owner of an LLC, in order to set the rules and purpose of the company. The form is mainly written to help further their case that their business is a separate entity from the owner’s personal assets and liabilities. […]

Step 1 – Decide which type of LLC you will be forming, if it is a company that will be located within the State or is it a company that is already in existence outside the State.

Domestic Certificate of Formation – For businesses that will be located inside the State.

Foreign Certificate of Formation – For a business in existence in another State.

Step 2 – Make sure the name that you select for your business has not been taken at the Secretary of State’s office, this can be done by searching the Business Database.

Step 3 – Pay the fee that is associated with your filing and attach to the Certificate of Formation. Make all checks payable to the ‘Alabama Secretary of State’.

Domestic – $100
Foreign – $150

Step 4 – Mail the fee and Certificate of Formation to the following address;

Domestic – Your local Probate County Office

Foreign – Office of the Secretary of State, PO Box 5616, Montgomery, AL 36103

After creation the Privilege Tax Form must be filed within 2.5 months.

Reserve an LLC Name

Reserve an LLC name by going filing The Application and attaching the $10 filing fee. Send the fee and form to the mailing address below:

PO Box 5616, Montgomery, AL 36103