Reinstatement in Arizona
How much time do I have to reinstate my company in Arizona?
In Arizona you can reinstate your business within six (6) years of dissolution. After six years, you would have to form a new entity. Remember, once the company is dissolved, your company name will be held for six months. If you have not filed reinstatement in that time you risk losing your company name to someone else.
What needs to be done to reinstate a company in Arizona?
To reinstate your Arizona corporation you need to file Application for Reinstatement with the Arizona Corporation Commission and pay all fees for unfiled annual reports and a reinstatement fee. Arizona LLCs don't have any form dedicated to reinstatement, instead the LLC needs to file one of the forms related to the reason it was administratively dissolved, with all the related fees.
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Our company provides full service in assisting with entity reinstatement in Arizona. We will handle all the steps of reinstatement from researching current outstanding past due fees and fines, to preparing the necessary documents, filing with the Arizona Corporation Commission, and making sure the filing is successful.
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Reinstatement in Another State:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota