How Do I Form a LLC?
An LLC is a separate legal entity that is formed under the authority of a state statute. All fifty states and the District of Columbia have enacted limited liability company statutes. An LLC is formed under, exists, and is governed by a state statute. In general, the state statute provides how an LLC in that state is formed, registered, and terminated. The statutes also generally provide that either the LLC adopt Article of Organization, an Operating Agreement, or use the default provisions of the statute to determine the other matters which impact the operation of the LLC.