Under current Arizona LLC law (Arizona Revised Statutes Section 29-632.A.3) all Arizona LLCs must state in their Articles of Organization “the address of the limited liability company’s known place of business in this state.” This means all Arizona LLCs must have a place of business in Arizona that is not merely a mailing address.
Beginning September 1, 2019, for Arizona LLCs formed after August 31, 2019, and beginning September 1, 2020, for all Arizona LLCs, Arizona LLC’s Articles of Organization must state the LLC’s principal address, which is the LLC’s mailing address inside or outside of Arizona. ALLCA Sections 29-3201.B and 29-3102.20. The new ALLCA eliminates the requirement that Arizona LLCs must have a place of business in Arizona.
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How to Hire Richard Keyt to Prepare an ALLCA Compliant Operating Agreement
I invested a lot of time reading and studying Arizona's new LLC law because I know that all existing and future Arizona LLCs need an Operating Agreement that is drafted specifically for Arizona's new ALLCA. My ALLCA compliant Operating Agreements contains 17 pages of new text that addresses Arizona's new LLC law.
Two ways to get an ALLCA compliant Operating Agreement:
- Hire me to form a new Arizona LLC, or
- If you have an existing Arizona LLC, hire me to prepare an Operating Agreement for the LLC.
Option 1: Form a New LLC: To hire me, Arizona LLC attorney Richard Keyt (7,600+ LLCs formed and 241 five star Google & Facebook reviews), to form your new LLC complete our online LLC formation questionnaire or call me at 480-664-7478 and give me your information. Your LLC will be formed the first Wednesday or Friday after we are hired. See the “Contents of the Bronze ($397), Silver ($597) & Gold ($997) LLC Packages.
Option 2: Purchase a New AZ LLC Law Compliant Operating Agreement: If your Arizona LLC's Operating Agreement was drafted for the obsolete Arizona LLC law or if it doesn't have an Operating Agreement its members should hire us to draft an Operating Agreement by completing our online Operating Agreement questionnaire.