Vermont Registered Agent

A local Vermont registered agent is required when registering to do business in Vermont.

What is a Vermont registered agent?

A Vermont registered agent is an individual adult or an organization registered or authorized to do business in Vermont. The Vermont Company must name a registered agent and the address of its registered office on their initial state paperwork. A Vermont registered agent must have a physical location in Vermont and be present at that address during normal business hours. When a business is involved in a legal proceeding a process server will deliver the court papers to that company’s Vermont resident agent’s address. Also, sending the legal documents by certified mail to the Vermont registered agent at the registered office address is legal proof that you have been served, whether you get them or not. Be sure your Vermont registered agent is dependable and professional.

It is the obligation of a Vermont registered agent to have an individual available at the registered office address during normal business hours, for the purpose of receiving, accepting and forwarding to the business any process, notice or demand that is received by the registered agent.

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What types of businesses are required to have Vermont registered agents?

Every domestic or foreign filing entity is required to maintain a registered agent and office in Vermont. The list of filing entities is; domestic and foreign corporations, professional corporations, nonprofit corporations, domestic and foreign LLCs, and PLLCs, plus all LPs and LLPs.

How do we handle documents we receive as your Vermont resident agent?

As soon as received, we scan all legal notices, annual report notices, or other official paperwork, into your online account locally in Vermont. We send you an immediate email message that you have an important document in your online account.

For no extra charge, we keep track of your annual report due date, and send you email reminders and instructions to help you remain in good standing with Vermont Corporations Division.

How do you change your registered agent in Vermont?

File in duplicate the completed Statement of Change of Registered Agent/Office form to the Vermont Secretary of State, Corporations Division by mail or in person. Vermont requires original signatures on their filings. The filing fee is $20 for all entities except nonprofits, which are $5.

Benefits of hiring Resident Agent LLC as your Vermont registered agent service provider:

You can sign up online for Vermont registered agent service in all 51 jurisdictions or add states in your online account at any time.