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CHANGING STATES

Changing States

Often as your business evolves, you need to change states. Your business might be formed in California, Massachusetts, Maryland, or some other state, and you might be desiring to move to a different state because you're transferring your operations to a state like Texas or Florida. You might wish to become a Delaware company so that you can start to negotiate with outside investors who are asking for that status.

We work with our clients on getting their documentation transferred from one state to another. There are several different processes that can be done and it's often confusing for the person who's owning a business to understand which process and procedure make the most sense. You may need help with understanding which process and procedure would be approved and allowed by the various states that might be involved. We also look at underlying documentation like contracts and agreements to make sure that the state transfer process is done as smoothly and as easily as possible.

Changing states is not that simple of a process, unfortunately, because the states have made it more complicated. But we can work with our clients to make sure that their desired outcomes are achieved, they're set up and running in their new home, and their paperwork is correctly done so that they can continue to move the business forward and focus on the things that matter to them.

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