A Certificate of Formation to create and file a new Limited liability company, Drafting the Certificate of Formation
This form is used to form a new LLC. Under the prior law one filed Articles of Organization, now the correct document is a Certificate of Formation. The Certificate is filed to create a new Limited liability company. This form includes information on drafting the Certificate of Formation, Filing the Certificate of Formation and steps taken thereafter to organize the LLC.Click here to view sample
Differences between limited liability companies, partnerships, and registered limited liability partnerships
Letter that explains the differences and comparisons of limited liability companies, corporations, and limited partnerships
Letter regarding the formation of a limited liability company, the services to perform and services that are not included in the attorney's representation
Letter to other parties to new limited liability company.
This letter is written to all parties that may be part of forming a new limited liability company. The letter informs the parties that the attorney does not represent each of the parties; that the attorney has only been retained to form the new entity.
Letter to the client regarding the decision to form a LLC.
Explains the advice given to the client and confirms the decision to choose a LLC over a corporation. The letter summarizes the office conference that occurred between the client and the attorney.
Application for reservation of limited liability company name and limited liability company names
Payment of filing fees to the Texas Secretary of State's office for LLC filings, filing documents by facsimile transmission (fax filings), fax filing form and standard filing letter
Letter to the Internal Revenue Service for obtaining an employer identification number for a limited liability company