Any time a change needs to be made to a corporation or LLC, the state requires the filing of an Article of Amendment.
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Many states require that a business file an Article of Amendment when making any changes to a corporation or LLC. We will prepare your Articles of Amendment for review and submission to the appropriate state agency in any of the 50 states to amend the "Articles of Incorporation" or "Articles of Organization."
Articles of Amendment are sometimes referred to as "Certificates of Amendment." In addition to changing your company name, the filing of Articles of Amendment can change the following information:
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The only way to change the legal name of a state-level entity such as a corporation or LLC is to file an amendment to the Articles of Incorporation/Organization.
In most states, the only way to change authorized share information is to file an amendment to the Articles of Incorporation.
In addition to changing company name or authorized shares, the filing of Articles of Amendment can change the following information if desired:
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