OK, I understand now your issues.
It would be easy if you were authorizing him to act on your personal behalf - you could give him a Power of Attorney.
However, an LLC cannot give someone a POA. That is because an LLC is a legal entity but not a living person. And only a living person can have a power of attorney for them.
When you form a limited liability company
(“LLC”), you need to decide how your LLC will be managed. With LLCs, there are two different possible management structures. You can choose to have a member-managed LLC where all the members (owners) participate in running the business. Or, you can have a manager-managed LLC where only designated members, or certain nonmembers/outsiders, or a combination of members and nonmembers are given the responsibility to run the business.
The management structure of an LLC is listed in its operating agreement and on the articles of organization. The operating agreement is similar to the bylaws
of a corporation. It lists the names and functions of initial members or managers, voting procedures and meeting times. Members can change the management structure of its LLC according to the rules in the operating agreement. To complete the process, the members of an LLC must vote and approve the changes. After the voting process, an amendment to the articles of organization is filed with the secretary of state’s office.
So you need to amend your articles of incorporation and adopt an operating agreement.
Here's a link to the form:
Here's where you can download a manager operating agreement that you can modify:
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