Whether you are moving to Missouri, or just moving your business address to Missouri, transferring an LLC can be a bit more than just filling out a forwarding address.
Is it complicated?
That is a loaded question. Some with extensive backgrounds may need assistance to handle the steps. But it is always a good idea to involve a lawyer to ensure you go through all the steps in the appropriate process.
To transfer an LLC to Missouri, you must file specific forms and take certain steps. It is recommended that you prepare these forms under the guidance of an attorney. You can find more information about the fees and forms required on the Missouri Secretary of State’s website If you need help with the process, you can also consult a business lawyer.
A brief reference
This is by no means meant to replace consultation with an attorney, but here is a brief outline of the steps that you can expect to take as you go through the process:
To transfer your LLC to Missouri, you will need to follow these steps:
- Check if your LLC is eligible for transfer to Missouri by reviewing the state’s laws and regulations.
- Obtain a certificate of good standing from your current state of formation.
- File a Foreign Registration Statement with the Missouri Secretary of State’s office and pay the required fee.
- Once your LLC is registered in Missouri, you will need to obtain any necessary permits and licenses to operate your business in the state.
It is recommended that you consult with a legal professional to ensure that you properly follow all necessary steps for transferring your LLC to Missouri.
If you are considering transferring an LLC, Brydon, Swearengen and England have years of experience in business law and a team of lawyers to ensure you get the right advice at the right time.