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What is a registered agent?

A registered agent, otherwise known as a statutory agent, is a business with a physical location in Kentucky who is responsible for accepting legal documents on behalf of your business. Your registered agent must be present and available during typical business hours.

Describe the duties of a normal Kentucky registered agent?

A resident agent in Kentucky provides a physical address where a person is available during standard business hours. The registered agent is responsible to receive service of process and legal documents for your company and then deliver these documents on to you. In addition, your Kentucky registered agent will remind you of important filing due dates like annual report forms and other things to keep your business compliant. They can also check to see to it that your business is in conformance with Kentucky state law.

Sum it up for me, who can be a registered agent?

Your Kentucky resident agent should be a business entity or person who is a legitimate citizen of your state. A registered agent should be on hand to receive legal documents during standard business hours. Kentucky registered agents must provide a legal, physical address within the state.

What are the advantages of having an Kentucky registered agent?

Businesses in Kentucky benefit in many ways by designating a resident agent. Most importantly, designating a statutory agent keeps your company in compliance with Kentucky state code. Having as your registered agent, anytime you receive any legal notification, service of process, annual report notification or letter – we accept those for you. Within minutes, we’re scanning your documents into your customer account. You’ll receive instant notification of any files we scan into your registered agent account. Additionally, we also keep an eye on your Kentucky annual report deadlines and email you reminders with how-to links so you can complete your paperwork ahead of schedule with the Kentucky Secretary of State.