How to Form an LLC in Nevada
You may have finally decided to follow your dreams and put that great business idea of yours to work—congratulations!
There’s just one problem—you want to form an LLC in Nevada, but you don’t know where to start. For some, that can be the difficult and disheartening part that leads to giving up on your dream. But with the help of the business lawyers at Albright, Stoddard, Warnick & Albright, you don’t have to give up on that dream. We offer the tools you need to complete the step-by-step process of forming an LLC in Nevada.
Choose Your Name and Agent
One of the first steps to forming your limited-liability company is to choose a name. In Nevada, you have some restrictions on your business’ formal name. For example, you must include the words, “Limited Liability Company,” or other variations on that phrase. Your lawyer can review your acceptable options and help you choose a name to represent your business.
Your lawyer can also help you identify the right legal agent for your business. Nevada businesses must work with an agent who will accept legal papers for the company if you’re sued. Your lawyer can explain the requirements for these agents and help you make the right choice for your business.
File Your Articles of Organization
Before your business can be created, you’ll need to file the right paperwork with the Nevada Secretary of State. These Articles of Organization provide the Secretary of State’s office with all the key information they need for your LLC.
The problem is, it’s easy to make a mistake. You may need someone to ensure you’ve included all the information you need, or you may be unsure whether to include certain information. Your lawyer can step in and make the process as painless as possible.
Get Your Employer Identification Number
You’ll also need an employer identification number (EIN). This number is registered through the IRS, and it’s a key step to file, even if you don’t have employees—but if you do have more than one member of your LLC, it’s especially important.
Luckily, it’s free to file through the IRS. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to file. You’re juggling plenty of other important steps to getting your business up and running. That’s another step you need to take that makes business formation more complex.
Your lawyer can make this step easier. If you’re struggling to make time to file for an EIN and do everything else needed to start your business, your lawyer can help you prepare the right paperwork and get your business started.
Partner with an Attorney to Form Your LLC
When you’re starting any kind of business, it can be overwhelming and confusing at first. You may have trouble getting answers about your business, and you may be unsure where to turn when dealing with the IRS and other legal entities.
The lawyers at Albright, Stoddard, Warnick & Albright are here to help with the business formation process. Your lawyer can help you follow Nevada state laws and take the steps you’re required to take when starting a business. Ready to work with a lawyer? We offer free consultations. Call 702-384-7111 or complete the online contact form below for yours.