What will you call LLC?
Arizona statute requires that your LLC’s name be distinguishable from all other names already on file with the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) and the Arizona Secretary of State, which is the agency responsible for approving Arizona trade names and trademarks.
Already have a trade name? The ACC requires the permission of the trade name holder to use a trade name as the LLC’s company name. If a member is the holder of a trade name that they want to use as the LLC’s company name, a copy of the trade name certificate must be included with the Articles of Organization.
Where can I see if my name is already taken? To sure that your desired company name is available, not in use by anyone else, and your name choice does not infringe on any existing trademark, we recommend that you check with both: