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What is a Name Amendment?
When you own a business such as an LLC (Limited Liability Company), LLP (Limited Liability Partnership, Corporation, and need to officially change its name for any reason, it is required that you file a form called a Name Amendment within the state that the entity is registered in. Similarly, if your company does business in other states and is foreign qualified, you must also file name amendments in those states. Since your entity was granted the right to do business under a certain name, you must legally notify and get permission from those states in order to legally change the corporate identity.

You will need to check the availability of the name you wish to change to before you file your Articles of Amendment. can help you file your Name Amendment in 3 simple steps:

1. Submit your Filing Request online using the start now option below.

2. Documents are prepared and filed by our processing team.

3. Once complete we will FedEx you your filed paperwork.

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