We are Arizona LLC lawyers who have formed 8,600+ Arizona LLCs and PLLCs. People love our formation services, which is why we have 184 five star Google reviews and 296 five star reviews on Google & Birdeye.

How to Hire Us to Form an LLC

To purchase one of our three LLC packages submit our LLC Formation Questionnaire.

LLC Client Testimonials

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Have Questions? Of course you do. Here’s a quick Q & A.

Do you charge to answer questions about forming or operating LLCs?

No. We are Arizona LLC attorneys who are happy to answer your questions. Call Richard Keyt at 480-664-7478 or his son former CPA and LLC attorney Richard C. Keyt at 480-664-7472.

When can my LLC start engaging in business and open a bank account?

Your LLC will be born and can start doing business the day we file the Articles of Organization with the Arizona Corporation Commission, which will be the same day you pay us and approve your LLC formation questionnaire.  We will email the Articles of Organization to you with the ACC’s filed stamp on. You can take this document to your bank and open a bank account.

When will I get my LLC documents?

On the day you pay us and approve your LLC formation questionnaire we file the Articles of Organization and email that document to you. That day or the next day we mail Silver and Gold purchasers all of their LLC documents in an LLC portfolio.

How will I get my LLC documents?

We will email to the contact person pdf files of their Articles of Organization and Operating Agreement the day we file the Articles with the Arizona Corporation Commission. If you purchase the Silver or Gold package we mail your LLC portfolio with hard copies of your documents to you the day after we file the Articles of Organization.

How does newspaper publication work?

Arizona LLC law requires that if a new LLC statutory agent has an address outside Maricopa or Pima County the LLC must publish a Notice of Publication for three consecutive publications in an Arizona Corporation Commission approved newspaper within 60 days of the date the Articles of Organization were filed. Because we are the statutory agent for all LLCs we form and our address is in Maricopa County publication is not necessary.

What is a Confidential Trust and why would I want one?

The purpose of the Confidential Trust is to keep your name and address off of the Arizona Corporation Commission’s public records so when somebody looks for information about your LLC they will not know you are associated with the company. Arizona LLC law requires that Articles of Organization state the name and address of all: (i) members of a member managed LLC, and (ii) managers and members who own 20% or more of a manager managed LLC. If you want to keep your name off the ACC’s records then you need to purchase our Confidential Trust for $497, which will be the member. If your trust is called the Laguna Beach Trust then that is the member named in the AOO, not you. If you hire us to prepare a Confidential Trust the LLC’s place of business and the Trust’s address in the AOO will be our address so your address will not be disclosed on the public records of the ACC. Our address service is free the first year, but $100/year thereafter. You can change the address at any time to avoid paying the fee. One Confidential Trust is included in the Gold package.  To buy a Confidential Trust and a Gold LLC complete our LLC Formation Questionnaire.

Will the Arizona Corporation Commission reject the name of my LLC?

No. We always double check each proposed name with the ACC’s database. If a proposed name is not available we will let you know so you can select a name that will not be rejected by the Arizona Corporation Commission.

When will you form my LLC?

We will form your LLC or PLLC the same day you submit and approve our LLC Formation Questionnaire and pay the appropriate fee, but if this happens in the evening we will form the LLC the next morning.

What is a statutory agent and what does it do?

Every company formed in Arizona must have a statutory agent (called a resident agent in other states) whose name and address is on file with the Arizona Corporation Commission. The purpose of the statutory agent is to give the public notice who can be served with legal documents if somebody wants to sue the company. We act as the statutory agent at no charge for the first year. You can change the statutory agent at any time or keep us after the first year if you pay our annual statutory agent fee of $99/year.

How do I get a federal employer ID number (EIN) for my LLC?

We get the EIN for purchasers of our Silver and Gold package and for Bronze package purchasers who pay an additional $75 for the service. You can also get the EIN for the LLC by going to the IRS’ online EIN application service. You need the EIN to open the LLC’s bank account.

I’m a married Arizona resident who wants to own my LLC as separate property. How can I do that?

If you are a married Arizona resident who forms an LLC Arizona law provides that you and your spouse will automatically own the LLC as community property even if your spouse is not named in the Articles of Organization or Operating Agreement. The only way a married resident of Arizona will own the LLC as separate property is to have the non-owner spouse sign a Disclaimer in which the non-owner spouse acknowledges that the LLC is the separate property of the owner spouse. For no additional fee we prepare a separate property Disclaimer for a married Arizona resident who wants to own his or her LLC as separate property.

What is an LLC Beneficiary Designation Form and why would I want one?

Every person who owns an interest in an LLC needs an LLC Beneficiary Designation Form (BDF).   See “3 Ways Your Loved One Will Be Harmed If You Own an LLC & Do Not Prepare for Death.”  The BDF is a document in which the owner of an Arizona LLC names one or more people to inherit the owner’s membership interest in an LLC on the owner’s death. The owner who signs a BDF is protecting his or her loved ones by making sure the correct heir(s) automatically inherit the LLC without the need for a probate. Without a BDF the owner’s membership interest passes pursuant to his or her Will after a probate, but if there is no Will then the heirs will be the heirs determined by the law of intestate succession of the state in which the owner was a resident at the time of death. To learn more about this important topic read my article called “Who Inherits Assets of an Arizona Resident Who Dies without a Will?The lack of a BDF could mean that the wrong person or people will inherit your LLC and cost the heir(s) several thousand dollars to do a probate to legally transfer ownership of the LLC to the lawful heirs. We charge $247  to prepare a BDF.  To hire us to prepare your BDF complete our LLC Beneficiary Designation form.

How to Hire LLC attorney Richard Keyt to Form Your LLC

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Call Us if You Have any Questions

Call Arizona LLC attorneys Richard C. Keyt (480-664-7472) or his father Richard Keyt (480-664-7478) if you have any questions about forming or operating an Arizona limited liability company.  They don’t charge to answer questions over the phone.

For People Who Want to Form an LLC Themselves

If you think you might want to create a do-it-yourself Arizona LLC you must read Arizona LLC attorney Richard Keyt’s article called “Arizona LLC Formation Online Checklist (10 Easy Steps).”