How to File Your Articles of Organization for an LLC in Virginia. This process is simple and can be done online.
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Go to the State Corporation Commission’s website.
The first step in filing your Articles of Organization for your LLC in Virginia is to go to the State Corporation Commission’s (SCC) website. On the SCC website, you will be able to find the forms you need to file, as well as pay the filing fee. When you have completed the form and paid the fee, you will need to print out a copy of the form and keep it for your records.
Download and print the Articles of Organization for an LLC.
To form an LLC in Virginia, you must file articles of organization with the State Corporation Commission.3 min read
To form an LLC in Virginia, you must file articles of organization with the State Corporation Commission. You can download and print the Articles of Organization for an LLC from the SCC website. The filing fee is $100.
Your articles of organization must include:
-The name of your LLC
-The LLC’s registered agent and address
-The names and addresses of the LLC’s organizers
-The date on which your LLC will dissolve, if applicable
-A statement that the LLC’s duration is perpetual, if applicable
-Your signature as organizer
After you file your articles of organization, you must publish a notice in a local newspaper for six consecutive weeks. The notice must include your LLC’s name and address, the names of its organizers, and the date on which it will dissolve, if applicable. You can find a list of Virginia newspapers that are registered with the SCC here. Publication costs vary depending on the newspaper you choose.
You must also submit an Affidavit of Publication to the SCC within 60 days of completing publication. This form is available on the SCC website.
Fill out the Articles of Organization.
The first step in filing your Articles of Organization is to fill out the form. You can find the form on the Virginia State Corporation Commission’s website. The form must be completed in English and include the following information:
-The name of your LLC
-The address of your LLC’s principal office
-The names and addresses of your LLC’s members
-The management structure of your LLC
-The date that your LLC will dissolve, if applicable
-The name and address of your LLC’s registered agent
-The signature of a duly authorized representative of your LLC
Include the name and address of the LLC, the LLC’s purpose, the names of the LLC’s members, and the LLC’s duration.
To form an LLC in Virginia, you must file your articles of organization with the State Corporation Commission (SCC).1
Your articles of organization must include:1
The name and address of the LLC.
The LLC’s purpose.
The names of the LLC’s members.
The LLC’s duration.
You must also pay a $100 filing fee.2
Articles of organization can be filed online, by mail, or in person.3
Sign and date the Articles of Organization.
The Articles of Organization must be signed by each LLC organizer. The date that the Articles are signed should also be included. You can sign the Articles electronically using a digital signature.
Mail the Articles of Organization to the State Corporation Commission.
You have a limited time to file your Articles of Organization after you form your LLC. The state accepts filings by mail, in person, or online.
1. To file by mail, download the Articles of Organization from the SCC’s website.
2. Fill out the form completely, then sign and date it. Include the filing fee of $100 by check or money order made payable to the “State Corporation Commission.”
3. Mail the signed and completed form to:
State Corporation Commission
PO Box 1197
Richmond, VA 23218-1197
Include a check or money order for the filing fee.
To form a limited liability company (LLC) in Virginia, you must file Articles of Organization with the State Corporation Commission. The standard filing fee is $100, although there is an additional $10 fee for expedited processing (within two hours). LLCs can also choose to file online, which costs an additional $25.
When filing by mail, include a check or money order for the filing fee made payable to the “State Corporation Commission.” You should also include a self-addressed, stamped envelope so the SCC can return your filed documents to you.
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