Anderson Law Center | Attorneys | Boise, ID

Serving Idaho and Eastern Oregon

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Step 1: Fill out Certificate of Oranization online: sos.idaho.gov/corp/llc_form.html

 

Step 2: Print, sign, and mail the form with a $100 filing fee to the Office of the Secretary of State.

 

Tip: If there are more than one member, an Operating Agreement is highly recommeneded.

 

Note: As a separate entity, your LLC needs to have its own assets. The LLC must have a separate bank account and should hold title to its assets in its own name. Under no circumstances should the personal funds, assets, or accounts of members be mixed with those of the LLC. Similarly, LLC funds should never be used to pay personal expenses of members, to make personal investments for members, or for any other purposes not related to the LLC's business.

1. Creating an L.L.C.

2. Registering an Assumed Business Name

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Free Tips and Instructions on Business Law Procedures

Step 1: Fill out Certificate of Assumed Business Name online: sos.idaho.gov/corp/abn_form.html

 

Step 2: Print, sign, and mail the form with a $25 filing fee to the Office of the Secretary of State.

3. Registering a Trademark

 

Tip: You must first use the trademark or service mark in commerce before you register it with the Secretary of State's Trademark section. There is no prescribed length of time that the mark must be used in Idaho before you can register it.

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