USA Company Reinstatement
USA Company Reinstatement is the process of returning an inactive, struck off or dissolved company to good standing within its state. All companies in the USA are subject to varying state and federal requirements, such as filing fees and state taxes. If a company fails to complete these requirements, the company will fall out of good standing within the state. We can assist with filing all the required documents to have your USA company reinstated.
Companies that are no longer in good standing risk administrative dissolution by the state department. If a company is dissolved, the company will no longer benefit from limited liability status and the owners are responsible for any debts incurred by the company. Additionally, the directors will lose access to all assets held in the company’s name including bank accounts and property.
In order to reinstate a US company, the company must resolve all outstanding government fees and penalties the company has incurred. The company must also file the necessary documents with state and federal governments.
We assist with these administrative requirements for a smooth reinstatement.
Once all fees and penalties have been paid, the company will be reinstated to a status of Good Standing as if the company had never been removed from the register. The company’s directors will regain access to all assets held in the company’s name.
Alabama Company Reinstatement
To revive your Alabama LLC after voluntary dissolution, you’ll need to file the Domestic LLC Certificate of Reinstatement with the Alabama Secretary of State. The state of Alabama does not currently dissolve LLCs involuntarily but, if you have voluntarily dissolved your LLC and you’d like to reinstate it we can assist. In Alabama, there’s no time limit on how long you have to reinstate your LLC.
Alaska Company Reinstatement
We can assist with reinstating your domestic Alaskan company which has been Involuntarily Dissolved. If your Alaska company was Involuntarily Dissolved more than two years ago it is no longer possible to reinstate the company. Alaska statutes do not provide for Voluntarily Dissolved or Withdrawn entities to be reinstated.
Arkansas Company Reinstatement
We can assist with an Arkansas Company Reinstatement, which is necessary to return your inactive, suspended, revoked, or administratively dissolved company back to Good Standing with the State.
Arizona Company Reinstatement
Administrative dissolution is an action taken by the Arizona Corporation Commission when an entity fails to meet certain statutory requirements. An administratively dissolved Arizona entity may not conduct any business or affairs except that which is necessary to wind up its business or affairs. We can apply for reinstatement of your company within 6 years of the date of administrative dissolution.
District of Columbia Company Reinstatement
Where the entity’s status is revoked, at the District of Columbia State Department it means that the company has not maintained a registered agent and/or did not file the required biennial report with the Corporations Division. Entities in revoked status may not operate in the District of Columbia until they are reinstated which we can assist with.
Maine Company Reinstatement
We can reinstate your Maine corporation or LLC for six years after the date of administrative dissolution. After six years, you would have to start over with a new Maine business entity. The Maine corporation’s name is only protected for three years after administrative dissolution.
Tennessee Company Reinstatement
We can submit an Application for Reinstatement to the Tennessee Business Services Division for your Tennessee company which is not in Good Standing. The Tennessee Business Services Division require tax clearance verification for reinstatement from the Tennessee Department of Revenue.
If tax clearance verification cannot be obtained from the Tennessee Department of Revenue, the reinstatement will be rejected.
Texas Company Reinstatement
Forfeited Existence is an inactive status indicating that the Texas corporation or limited liability company failed to file its franchise tax return or to pay the tax due thereunder. Status is changed by secretary of state when certification of the delinquency is received from the comptroller of public accounts.
A Texas company forfeited under the Tax Code can reinstate at any time, so long as the entity would otherwise continue to exist by:
- Filing the required franchise tax report
- Paying all franchise taxes, penalties, and interest
- Filing an application for reinstatement
A Texas company that was terminated for non-tax reasons:
- Voluntarily – can only be reinstated within 36 months of being terminated.
- Involuntarily – has no time limit to be reinstated after being terminated. However, it will only be considered to have continued in existence without interruption if the entity is reinstated within 36 months of being terminated.
We can assist and restore you Texas company with the Texas State Department.