How to Do an Arizona Business Name Search to Find a Name for a New LLC

If you want to form a new Arizona limited liability company the first thing you need to do is determine if your desired name is available.  The good news is that the Arizona Corporation Commission has an online name check database that will tell you if a desired name is available or taken.

In this video we will demonstrate and show you how to how to do an Arizona business name search to find a name for a new LLC. If the name is available we will also show you how to reserve the name for 120 days.

Here is the link to the Arizona Corporation Commission’s entity name database:

Warning:  People sometimes mistakenly search for arizona secretary of state business entity search when they want to know if a name is available for an Arizona LLC or corporation.  Do not search the Arizona Secretary of State’s website for LLC or corporation names because it is the Arizona Corporation Commission that determines is a name is available for an Arizona LLC or corporation.

For more videos on forming and operating Arizona limited liability companies and how to use the Arizona Corporation Commission’s forms and online services  see the KEYTLaw Youtube channel.  Please click on the subscribe icon and the bell symbol to the right of the subscribe icon to get a notice when we upload a new video.

2018-03-22T10:55:17+00:00February 9th, 2018|ACC How to Videos, Forming LLCs, How Do I, Our Videos|0 Comments

About the Author:

The author of this article is Richard Keyt, an Arizona limited liability company attorney who has formed 6,000+ LLCs. His Silver & Gold LLC packages include the $85 expedited filing fee, a custom Operating Agreement and 170 ebook called the Arizona LLC Operations Manual. Connect with Richard at 480-664-7478 or on Google+