Reinstatements for Corporations and LLCs
A Reinstatement is a legal filing which is submitted and filed with the Secretary of State’s office to officially bring your Corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) back into good standing and in active compliant status with state requirements and deadlines.
Why is a Reinstatement Needed?
If an existing Corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) fails to observe its corporate formalities or remain in compliance with state requirements within its state of formation, the company may be administratively dissolved or be placed in a Non-Compliant status by the secretary of state within the state of formation. In order for the Corporation or Limited Liability Company to return to active compliant status with the secretary of state’s office, the Corporation or LLC may be required to file for Reinstatement of their company.
Maintaining your company in good standing is an ongoing process. CorpNet™ is here to assist you every step of the way and can easily process and file the documents required to Reinstate your Corporation or LLC on your behalf for a minimal service fee.
If you are interested in Reinstating your Corporation or Limited Liability Company, CorpNet™ can help by saving you both time and money with service that is fast, reliable, and affordable in processing the documents required to reinstate your Corporation or LLC and get you back up and running for a minimal service fee.
File for Reinstatement
What do I need to file if my company is not in good standing?
It depends on your specific state but generally speaking the state will require you to file a reinstatement on behalf of the Corporation or Limited Liability Company. You may have to file some additional state-required documents that are past due depending on the reason your company has fallen out of good standing to begin with. But generally speaking, a simple reinstatement should do the job!
Will the Corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) get assessed with penalties and late fees for failure to observe its corporate formalities or remain inactive compliance with state requirements?
Generally speaking, the reinstatement fees are the only costs that would normally be remitted to the state’s office; however, your specific state may have specific state requirements and reasoning behind why your company fell into bad standing or why it was administratively dissolved.
Will the Corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) maintain its original filing date of formation after filing a Reinstatement with the secretary of state’s office?
Yes, the Corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) will maintain its original filing date of formation after filing a Reinstatement with the Secretary of State’s office.
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