Serve as your Own Registered Agent
Many people do not realize that they can serve as their own registered agent. The only requirement for an individual to become an agent, is to live in the state of the corporation or llc. So you can serve as registered agent for your own company as long as you can provide a name and street address
within the state that you are filing in. IT IS THAT EASY.
What is an agent for service of process?
An agent for service of process is an individual (or another corporation)
designated by a corporation to accept service of process if the corporation is
sued. Most states require residency as the only requirement for an individual to be named
as an agent for service of process.
Requirement for your Filing
A registered agent is required for all LLCs and corporations filed in the United States.
A corporation can be named as registered agent.
However, in order for a corporation to be named as an agent for service
of process, this agent must be on file with the Secretary of State persuant to the Corporations Code.
Location of Registered Agent
The registered agent is required to maintain a street address located within you state of filing.
Can the registered agent be changed?
Yes, the name of the registered agent can be changed or the street address may be changed. If you need to make a change
to the agent information, you must notify the Secretary of State. Most states require a fee to make a change to the registered agent