Why form a Kansas LLC?
Many new businesses are forming Kansas LLCs because of how easy they are to operate. While providing maintenance similar to a sole-proprietorship or partnership, LLCs also provide liability protection that separates the debts and obligations of the business from the individual members' personal assets.
Naming a Kansas LLC
In naming your Kansas LLC, the state recognizes the less stringent standard of “distinguishable upon the state”, which merely states that the company name may sound similar however if there is a small change in a word or an addition, the name will generally be distinguishable. Therefore the plural form of a company name is distinguishable vs. the singular such as “cats” vs. “cat”. Also the spelled out “ten” is distinguishable vs. the numerical “10”. It is required that the LLC end in Limited Liability Company or the abbreviation LLC. Also the name of the LLC cannot be identical to that of a corporation already on file.
Do you need a lawyer
Filing a LLC in Kansas does not require a lawyer. It only requires experience and knowing what you're doing to file. We have the experience to file LLC's in Kansas, we have been doing that for many years.
Our staff are highly trained staff will be able to take your information and file the necessary documents. We do all the name checks and submit the documents to the state for approval. We recommend that you don't conduct business until the state gives final approval.
Once the state approves of the documents, we will forward the approved documents to you along with the corporate kit if you ordered it.
Liability protection is limited
The limited liability company is a great asset to have to protect your personal assets. However the liability protection is limited in that it may protect your personal assets in the event of something happening during the normal operation of your business, it doesn't protect yourself if you yourself is the reason that caused the injury to a customer. There is only so much the protection covers.