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Join the 1,000,000+  businesses that have chosen My Montana Registered Agents.

Join the 1,000,000+
businesses that have chosen
My Montana Registered Agents.

Does My Business Need a Registered Agent?

Why Use a Registered Agent Service?

Why Do We Offer A Free Registered Agent?

Reduce Workload with a Registered Agent

Does My Business Need a Registered Agent?

Yes. Every LLC, corporation and nonprofit is required to have an official Registered Agent (sometimes called a statutory agent, resident agent or agent for service of process) in each state where it does business.

A Registered Agent serves as a permanent physical presence in the state, and the Registered Agent address is where the state government can contact you with legal and tax correspondence, including franchise tax forms, notices of litigation and required annual report forms. Learn more about Registered Agents and why you need one here.

Why Use a Registered Agent Service?

Registered Agent services like the one offered by My Montana help you avoid the hassles and inconvenience of managing all of your own documentation from the state.

They also help preserve your privacy by setting up a public-facing address for your business that is separate from your home.

When you use a Registered Agent service, any official legal or tax correspondence will be forwarded to your personal, private contact address. My Montana’s Registered Agent service also helps you stay on top of deadlines (such as required annual reports) to keep your business in good standing.

A good Registered Agent service can help you respond quickly in the event of a lawsuit, avoid missed deadlines, fines and penalties for non-compliance, and otherwise manage the details of paperwork so you can focus on running your business.

Why Does My Montana Offer a Free Registered Agent?

In addition to offering free LLCand other business formation, you’ll get your first year’s Registered Agent free too when you start a business with My Montana.

Unlike other business formation specialists, our service isn’t built on finding ways to charge you for more products and services.

We believe that entrepreneurs like you are the driving force behind our economy's growth. Entrepreneurs create innovative solutions and empowering change and we’re here for it.

Radical offerings like our $0 business formation and a free Registered Agent with incorporation are available as a direct result of client loyalty. That loyalty enables us to grow our business and continue making tech-driven process efficiencies so that we’re able to offer you the best value.

Reduce Your Workload Using a Registered Agent Service

Save time and stress by letting My Montana manage your paperwork for you (for a lower cost than other providers)!

Avoid missed deadlines, tiresome paperwork, noncompliance and the associated fines or penalties. Set yourself up for success and free up time to focus on what matters — your business.

Why Choose My Montana
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Common Questions About
Registered Agent Services


How Much Does a Registered Agent Cost?

A Registered Agent is free for the first year when you sign up with My Montana, regardless of what package you choose.

The cost to renew our Registered Agent Service after the first year is $119 annually (with no obligation and no contract).


Are There Any Hidden Costs?

No! We pride ourselves on transparency. There are absolutely no hidden costs associated with My Montana’s Registered Agent Service.


How Long Does it Take to Set Up a Registered Agent?

No time at all! Setting up a Registered Agent is as simple as choosing My Montana to be your Registered Agent and completing our quick and simple online order form.


Are There Any State Specific Rules?

  • Registered Agent’s must be 18 years of age or older.
  • They must hold a physical address (P.O boxes and virtual offices don’t count) in the appropriate state that can receive mail, deliveries and any process of service during normal business hours.
  • Usually you need to appoint a Registered Agent in any state that you intend to operate in.
  • Most states permit businesses to act as Registered Agents for other businesses.

However, there are few state specific rules. Learn more about the specifics of Registered Agents in New York and Florida.

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