How To File An Amendment For A Colorado Corporation
Step By Step Guide To Colorado Corporation Amendments
How to file a Colorado Corporation Amendment:
You make amendments to your Colorado Corporation by submitting the completed Articles of Amendment form online at the link found below. You enter your corporate name and when your record appears you confirm that you are authorized to amend it. If you are making changes regarding the issued shares, you state that on the attachment space.
Can you re-state the initial articles instead of filing an amendment?
You can file online Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation similarly to the Articles of Amendment.
Are there any specifics you can or can’t include with a Colorado Corporation amendment?
You can’t use an amendment for changing your registered agent information or your principle office address. You must use the Statement of Change Changing Registered Agent Information form or the Statement of Change Changing Principle Office Address.
How much does a Colorado Corporation amendment cost?
To amend your corporation in Colorado, there is a $25 filing fee required.
How long does it take the state to process a Colorado Corporation amendment?
Articles of amendment can only be filed online in Colorado, so they are processed immediately.
How will the corporation amendment be returned?
A Colorado corporation will receive an email that its amendment had been processed.
What state agency do you file an amendment with?
Colorado Secretary of State
1700 Broadway, STE 200
Denver, CO 80290
Phone: (303) 894-2200 & press 2
Fax: (303) 869-4864
Can you change the Colorado Corporation officers or directors on an amendment?
No. Colorado no longer asks for any information regarding officers and directors.
Can you change the Colorado registered agent on the amendment?
No, you cannot change your Colorado registered agent this way. Use the Statement of Change Changing Registered Agent Information.
Can you change the principal office address and/or the mailing address on a corporation amendment?
No. You must use the Statement of Change Changing the Principle Office Address form online.
How do I locate previous filings or find out what my Colorado Business ID number is?
You can find your previous filings or look up your Business ID number by using the Colorado SOS’ Record Identification or ID Search.