How do I form a Colorado LLC?

Forming an LLC in Colorado is easy because the state does all filings online. It will cost a $50 LLC articles of organization state filing fee.

The State of Colorado Secretary of State is in charge of filing Colorado LLCs, and your Colorado limited liability company articles of organization are processed immediately online.

What is required to file Colorado LLC Articles of Organization?

To form an Colorado LLC, you file Colorado LLC articles of organization. The Colorado articles of organization cost $50 to the Colorado Secretary of State. These LLC articles can be basic or complicated. We custom draft your Colorado LLC articles of organization when you hire Northwest to do your Colorado LLC registration, but if you’d like to save some money, you could just hire us as your CO registered agent, and then we supply you all the correct forms to file and filing instructions in your online account immediately. The basic requirements are:

  • The business name must have a limited liability company ending or variation of it.
  • A New Colorado LLCs name must be different than already registered Colorado companies.
  • The mailing and principal office address of the llc company
  • The Colorado registered agent and the physical address.
  • The names and addresses of the initial organizer(s).
  • If the limited liability company is to be managed by one or more managers or members. The members or managers names are not required on the initial articles.
  • The Colorado organizer does not have to sign.

Colorado does not require original signatures on filings. The registered Colorado LLC paperwork should be filed online. You can see all the filed documents immediately. If you are looking to form a corporation instead, see our Colorado corporation page.