Unaffiliated Registered Agents | Serving Summons to Corporation


Why your company needs a registered agent

March 13, 2011

When a lawsuit is filed against a corporation, a summons must be served on an agent of the corporation.  If no agent is designated, that summons can be served on a variety of parties, which can lead to personal embarrassment and/or tactical disadvantages in the ensuing lawsuit.  Arieh Flemenbaum thinks that too many entrepreneurs try to save money by serving as their own registered agents, and uses this blog post to explain the advantages of hiring a law firm as a corporation's registered agent. 

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Why your company needs a registered agent