Why Form a Delaware LLC

A Delaware LLC ( Delaware limited liability company) is a type of business entity that is created by filing the proper Certificate of Formation with the Delaware Secretary of State.

So why form a Delaware LLC? The Delaware LLC is a truly unique business format in that the structure of the company and the rules that govern the members of the company are contained in a contract called the Operating Agreement, which is drafted by the company's members (owners). In drafting the Operating Agreement, you have what lawyers call freedom of contract, which means, as the owner, you have the freedom to tailor the terms and rules of your LLC to accommodate your specific business needs. Once signed and agreed to by all parties, the Operating Agreement is legal and enforceable by all parties.

When you form your Delaware LLC through OffShoreCompanyCorp our corporate kit, which is included in both the Standard and Premium packages, will provide you with an Operating Agreement to customize to your specific business needs.


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