How to Change Your Registered Agent in Utah
To change your registered agent in Utah, you must complete and file a Corporation Registration Information Change form or the Limited Liability Company Registration Information Change form with the Utah Division of Corporations & Commercial Code. The Utah Registration Information Change form must be submitted online (preferred method), by mail, by fax, or in person and costs $15 to file. When you hire Northwest to be your new registered agent, we will file your Utah Registration Information Change paperwork for you and pay the state filing fee.
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Steps to Changing Your Utah Registered Agent
If you would like to change your registered agent in Utah, you will need to complete the following three general steps:
- Select a new Utah registered agent. If you hire Northwest for our registered agent service, you can just as well stop reading now. We’ll handle the state filing for you and pay your filing fee.
- Notify your former registered agent that you’re moving on.
- Complete and submit your Utah Registration Information Change form to the Utah Division of Corporations & Commercial Code.
What are the options and different ways you can change your Utah registered agent?
You have a couple options to changing your Utah registered agent. The Utah Division of Corporations and Commercial Code encourages all changes to be made via the internet, however, Utah will still accept the Corporation Registration Information Change Form, or the Limited Liability Company Registration Information Change Form, by mail, fax or in person. If faxing your form, a Fax Cover Letter is required with your credit card information. The fax cover letter can be found and downloaded from the Division Website or in your online account with us.
To change your registered agent online you go to the Utah Division of Corporations and Commercial Code’s Website and click on Update a Business under Online Services. You will need to request an access ID number that Utah will send to you by email. Find the link to Utah’s online business filings below.
To ensure your former agent’s service and obligations come to a full stop, check out our Utah registered agent resignation page.
Changing Your Utah Registered Agent FAQs
How much does it cost to change your registered agent in Utah?
The fee required to change your registered agent in Utah is $15.
You may expedite the processing of your document for an additional $75. However, if you file the change form online, it is processed the next business day for no extra charge. The link to change your registered agent online with Utah Division of Corporations and Commercial Code is found below.
Utah Division of Corporations charges $20 per year for the annual report/renewal fees. If you file the Registration Information Change Form in conjunction with the annual renewal, there is no fee for the change form. Just send it in with your annual report/renewal for free.
Don’t want to pay the change of agent fee? Switch your registered agent to Northwest, and we’ll pay the change of agent fee to switch to us! Just sign up for registered agent service. You’ll see the pre-populated change of agent form in your online account. Fill it out with your company info, sign it, and email or mail it to us, and we’ll get it filed with the state. It’s that simple!
Do you have to use a commercial registered agent?
No. It is not mandatory in Utah to use a commercial registered agent. Any individual or entity that agrees to act as your registered agent may do so; however, a commercial registered agent in Utah will have multiple businesses that it provides registered agent service for and that will usually be their primary focus, such as us here at Northwest.
How long does it take the state to process and complete the change of registered agent in Utah?
Normal Processing: 5 to 7 days from when the Division receives the form.
Fax Processing: 5 to 7 days.
In Person processing: 5 to 7 days.
Online: 48 hours maximum.
An acknowledgement of your information change processing will be sent to your registered agent unless you provide a duplicate form and a pre-addressed, stamped envelope to the Division with you filing.
How do I contact the Utah Department of State?
Utah Division of Corporations & Commercial Code
PO Box 146705
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6705
Heber M. Wells Building
160 E. 300 S, 1st Floor
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Phone: (801) 530-4849
Fax: (801) 530-6438
Website: Official Utah SOS Website
What form do you file to change your registered agent in Utah?
Utah forms for changing registered agent are, Corporation Registration Information Change Form and the Limited Liability Company Registration Information Change Form, found at the link below or they are both in your online account immediately, if you sign up for Utah registered agent service with Northwest.
Utah Corporate Links:
Utah SOS Registration Info Change Forms
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We have a team of Utah experts that know the in-and-outs of all business filings and what the Utah Division of Corporations & Commercial Code requires. As your registered agent we don’t wait around on any legal correspondence we receive on your behalf, we immediately scan it to your secure online portfolio so you can view it anytime, anywhere. Switch to Northwest Registered Agent today and we will file your Registration Information Change form and pay your filing fee, all in less than a business day.
- Instant registered agent services annual price: $125.
- Instant Utah forms located directly in your online account to make a filing in Utah.
- State resources in your registered agent service account, with self-filing instructions to help you.
- We send multiple annual report reminders, and you can also track your due dates in your online account.
- We locally scan ‘service of process’ and all documents to you in real-time for no added cost.
- And, most importantly…We’re just not annoying™.