Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX alot of info I suspected but was not sure of. You just proved how easy it is to look up the owner-records of an LLC; and I'm aware an LLC has to be registered to a legitimate person.
The other part of the question is this:
I know one can get a 'name change' quite easily but I don't require an entirely different name/identity per-say. I require a legal-alias or SECOND-identity - such that the state/federal goverment will know these two "identities" are linked and belong to the same person. If the IRS ever wants me, they can have me. If someone wants to legitlmetly sue my buisness and can get a supeona, that fine, thats not what i'm running from.
However as a matter of PUBLIC record, I would like the identities to be entirely UNconnected. Such that if a malicious pereson were to look up my buissness as you just did Smith LLC, (or look at my resume), they might have a 'valid' name, PO-Box, Phone, etc - but they would NOT have my real physical home-address, home-phone, and legal birth-name. Today that amount of info could easily lead them to myself, my personal bank-accounts, family, friends, and who knows what else.
Put another way, I want to lead a state-sanctioned "double-life" to put a barrier between my personal life, and the 2-billion plus internet users world-wide, who might view my website.
In the local dating/beach/bar
scene here people commonly introduce themsleves with nick-names or psyeudo names to ward off would-be stalkers. I could just as easily change the name on my resume, and website. But as long as the credit-card and LLC registration contain my real-name it's all for nothing.
My fear is compounded by the fact that my buisness/career exists primarily online AND that it is a home-based buisness. SO anyone who visists the "About Us" page of my corporate-site, or the LLC registration when I get it done, conviently knows not just where I work, but where I sleep. For a small buisness owner this is alot of risk to consider.