Let us be your statutory agent for your contractor business
Choosing the Arizona Contractor License Center as your Statutory Agent will help you keep your entity in good standing with the Arizona Corporation Commission, the Registrar of Contractors and the Arizona Department of Revenue with address changes, annual reports, renewals and changes in the entity. The ACC does not send out notification of annual report filings that are due, but as your Statutory Agent we take care of that for you.
What is a Statutory Agent?
When filing as a Limited Liability Company or Corporation, you are required to have and appoint a statutory agent. This can be any individual with a physical address in the State of Arizona for one or more years. However, different people will do different things as statutory agent.
Benefits of Using National Contractor Services Corporation as your Statutory Agent:
- If your address ever changes, you need only to notify our office. In turn, we will send you all the necessary forms to complete for notifying the various state agencies. Once completed, you may return them to our office and we will deliver them for you.
- Annually review the status of your Limited Liability Company or Corporation and offer assistance if your company is not in good standing.
- If you have made changes which would effect the structure of your company, we can assist you in advising the steps necessary to insure that your contractor's license remains in good standing, and in some instances, we can even assist you with change.
- You will have knowledgeable resources available for answering your questions as they relate to your contractor's license.
- If you are served with any court related documents, they must serve those to us as your statutory agent. This will prevent untimely visits to your home or job site, which may cause embarrassment. These documents will be forwarded to you via certified mail and kept strictly confidential.
Facts relating to individuals who act as their own statutory agent
- Approximately 80-90% of the corporations having an individual acting as their own statutory agent fail to file a timely annual report. This results in involuntary dissolution of your corporation and can affect the good standing status of your contractor's license and bonding.
- If your corporation is involuntarily dissolved, you are at risk of someone else taking and using your corporate name. This could result in additional time and money spent making changes to your business name and contractor's license.