|The Statutory Agent|
| Arizona law requires every company, both LLC’s and corporations, to have an Arizona statutory agent. The company must identify the statutory agent’s name and physical address. A statutory agent can be an individual or an entity.
It is very important to select a responsible statutory agent since it is the statutory agent’s responsibility to receive legal notices on behalf of the company and make sure the notice is then forwarded to the company. Most of the legal documents that are served on the company’s statutory agent are time sensitive and there are consequences for not meeting the deadlines.
As statutory agent, we will accept service of any documents served on your company. When we are served with any notices for your company, we scan them into our system, e-mail and/or fax the documents to you, call you and advise you we received them, and send the originals in the mail. Any follow-up services provided by our office that are related to the legal notice are charged separately.
Our office provides statutory agent services for Arizona LLCs and Corporations. When we serve as statutory agent and we receive service of any documents for your company, we scan them into our system, e-mail the documents to you, call you and advise you we received them, and send you the originals in the mail.