Corporation bylaws are the internal formalities of keeping your corporation active. The requirements of corporation bylaws are what caused LLC's to become the preferred choice of a business entity for small business owners. Bylaws set out the corporation rules and how the corporation will operate.
The following corporate bylaws template form is a fill-in form that has been written by a Washington State licensed Attorney, BUT does not constitute legal advice, and is just a basic sample that you can use at your own discretion. As always, we must recommend you seek independent counsel of a licensed attorney in your own state.
Our corporation bylaws were written to be generic and beneficial in any state. Our forms are provided free as a courtesy to our customers or anyone needing a copy. Our corporation bylaws were written to be generic and beneficial in any state. If you would like to use our corporation bylaw commercially, please contact us for payment details. Corporate bylaws are written to be predominantly generic to give the shareholders directors, and officers the best protection and management structure.
If you are forming a corporation, you can look up the state filing fees, state procedures, state Department of Revenue and Licensing by clicking on the link in the list at the bottom of this page for the state you are interested in, and also by checking out our Sign Up page.
If you do not want to file the articles of incorporation yourself, we charge a flat fee of $100 plus state fees to gather your information, and write the articles of incorporation and file on your behalf. You can signup for our Incorporation Service.
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Step 2: Initial Shareholders
Step 3: Initial Officers and Directors
Step 4: EIN and Taxation Election
Step 5: Open a Bank Account
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Ongoing Annual Meeting Minutes
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