Thank you for requesting me. This is a form that seeks information about the people who are involved in your company. The owner(s), manager(s).
As you can see it is fairly extensive and would take me a considerable amount of time to assist you complete it. I'll be happy to answer a couple of specific questions otherwise, I would suggest that you either seek someone's help at the dept of aging or increase the fee offered for the question to $250.
Ok, thank you for the advice. I will try to figure out that form later. Let me ask another question instead. For the company I am trying to start, I have chose the business structure LLC. I have completed the Certificate of Formation, EIN, and many other required documentations. It is asking for Articles of Organization and Regulations of Organization. What documentation would I need to satisfy those requirements that they are asking for?
The articles of organization is the document you filed with the state to form the company. It typically states at the top "articles of organization" or it would have a bunch of paragraph that each recount something about the LLC for example "First. The name of the company shall be ____" "Second, the address of the company shall be _____" etc.
The regulations of the organization is also known as the "operating agreement ". Here is a link to a sample agreement. You'll need to fill in your info http://www.leaplaw.com/pubSearch/preview/TXOperatingAgmt.pdf
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