A Georgia single-member LLC operating agreement is a legal document that allows the sole owner of a limited liability company to formally establish its policies, procedures, and ownership. While it is not legally required in Georgia, an operating agreement helps to solidify the company’s standing as a separate entity from the owner in both legal and financial terms. This means that the owner’s personal liabilities and assets can be protected from any debts or obligations faced by the company. In addition, with an operating agreement, the owner can determine the company’s own internal rules and provisions instead of being subject to general state laws governing LLCs. It is highly recommended that the document is dated and notarized in order to prove its legitimacy.