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If you use a statutory agent service or attorney who then signs the filing documents on your behalf, your names will not be publicly available.
If, on the other hand, you fill out and sign the documents, they will be accessible.
All such filings are public records in all 50 states. Someone with a little training or motivation can ultimately find the filing documents online.
Again, the only way to avoid this is to have someone create the documents for you and not list you as a member. This is fine as long as the Operating Agreement of the LLC includes you. The Operating Agreement does not have to be filed with the Articles of Organization.
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