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Commonly Asked Questions Regarding Articles of Incorporation

Do You Need a Lawyer to Become Incorporated?

No. There are incorporation kits available that enable you to file and incorporate without the aid of a lawyer. There are software programs and Internet sites for incorporation. The advantage here is that incorporating yourself can save you hundreds of dollars. The disadvantage is that missing an important detail could cost you money and aggravation later on. We recommend that you do take the time to find a reputable corporate lawyer who can guide and advise you as your business grows.

What Are the Articles of Incorporation?

The Articles of Incorporation provide the information that is required by your state to do business. In general, this information includes the proposed name of the corporation, purpose of the corporation, names and addresses of the shareholders, and location of the corporation.


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