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by Registered Agent Office Inc.


Many businesses are on the web furnishing commercial registered agent services. From the largest of the impersonal and most expensive to the littlest, unseasoned local beginners, you have a wide range of decisions when it comes to appointing your Nebraska resident agent. We’re not too big and we’re not too small. Our desire is to help you choose the registered agent that is optimal for your Nebraska business.

What are the requirements or restrictions I should know about my statutory agent?

There are few restrictions about who can be a registered agent in Nebraska. Specifically, the entity or person acting as your registered agent needs to be located and available at a physical street address within the state of Nebraska during normal business hours. Your Registered Agent will be responsible to accept all legal and tax-related documents, annual report forms, litigation (service of process) documents, etc., for you. It is important that you choose a solid company, such as when you’re choosing your Nebraska registered agent.

How does having a resident agent aid my company?

Most importantly, designating our registered agent service keeps your business in adherence of Nebraska state law. Moreover, we receive and scan any service of process, legal notice, annual report, or letter received into your client account locally in Nebraska. You receive immediate notification of any notices scanned into your Nebraska registered agent online account.

As an additional service, we also keep track of your Nebraska annual report due date and send you reminders with how-to links to file your paperwork on time with the Secretary of State.

What if I don’t have or fail to maintain a registered agent in Nebraska for my business?

There can be ramifications for not maintaining your registered agent in Nebraska. Penalty fees may or may not be assessed. The Nebraska Secretary of State may revoke your LLC or corporate legal status if you fail to maintain your registered agent.