The Florida single member LLC agreement is the bylaw to the company. It will set the rules and daily operations to further support the sole-member’s case that the LLC is a legal separate entity from their personal assets.
Under State law, the operating agreement is not required for the LLC, but it is highly recommended to show that the company is legitimate. It is typically written after the company has been formed with the Secretary of State.
How to Write
The following information must be provided by the owner to complete. Some of the details may only be found at the Secretary of State’s website.
- Member Information
- Primary Business Use
- Fiscal Tax Year
- Initial Contribution(s)
- Registered Agent and Address