Delaware Multi-Member LLC Operating Agreement

Delaware Multi-Member LLC Operating Agreement

The Delaware multi-member llc agreement is for a company that is registered with the Secretary of State. The agreement will state the LLC’s intentions, day-to-day activities, ownership interest, and any other information the members elect to write in the document. State Definition – § 18-101(7) Versions Fillable Adobe PDF (.pdf) Rich Text Format (.rtf) Word (.doc) […]

Delaware Single Member LLC Operating Agreement

Delaware Single Member LLC Operating Agreement

A single member operating agreement is for a sole owner of an LLC that is registered in the State of Delaware. According to State law, this form is required to be written by every company that is formed at the Secretary of State. All LLC information can be found at the Secretary of State’s Business […]

The Delaware Operating Agreement forms are required by State law (Title 16) for every LLC setup with the Secretary of State’s office. The agreement does not need to be filed with any agency, but if requested by an government agency or third (3rd) party the entity must have it on file.

Use the Secretary of State’s business database to obtain entity information when writing an agreement

How to Register a LLC in Delaware

Step 1 – Choose the Business Name. The name must not coincide with an entity already registered with the State. An applicant may check the registered names by using the name availability tool.

Step 2 – Fill-in the filing memo and attach it to one of the following forms needed to apply for a limited liability company:

Certificate of Formation (Form 09) – For a domestic company that will have a main office address within the State.

Certificate of Registration – For a foreign company that has a principal office address in another State and wishes to conduct business in Delaware.

Step 3 – Attach the respective fee and make payable to the Delaware Secretary of State

Certificate of Formation – $90

Certificate of Registration – $200

Step 4 – Send to one of the following ways:


Delaware Division of Corporations
401 Federal Street – Suite 4
Dover, DE 19901

Step 5 – Optional – If the company is going to be opening a bank account or conducting any type of financial activity within the State, they will need to get an Employer Identification Number from the IRS. Apply Online