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Aloha ZDNI was quoted a $2000 fee to have WY attorney set

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Aloha ZDN

I was quoted a $2000 fee to have WY attorney set up an WY LLC. $5000 to 6000 to setup either a WY dynasty trust or an WY asset protection trust. An unknown bulk discount would apply for multiple entities.
Q1: Does the price seem about right to you?
Q2: And should Registered Agent fees be included for the first year at this price?

FYI...Here is the attorneys link.



I'm Wendy, and I’m a moderator for this topic. I sent ZDN a message to follow up with you here, when he is back online.

If I can help further, please let me know. Thank you for your continued patience.


The prices may not be too far off depending on what they include. If you get an office address, a registered agent and all the documentation for the LLC, then this might not be too high. However, if you are simply getting an LLC filed and no other services, this is much too high.

The prices on the trusts are not too high if this also includes trustee fees.
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