We Understand Pennsylvania’s Laws
Pennsylvania requires limited liability corporations (for profit and non-profit) to publish information about themselves when they are first established. These publishing requirements exist regardless of whether you are forming a domestic entity (a company originally formed in Pennsylvania) or a foreign entity (a company from another state that is requesting authorization to conduct business in Pennsylvania). The regulations surrounding these publications are contained in Pennsylvania’s Laws.
TS Associates staff strictly adheres to the policies and guidelines for legal publishing as determined by the Pennsylvania Department of State (PA DOS). Per PA laws,
- “Publication of either the intent to file or the actual filing of Articles of Incorporation [Registration of Fictitious Name] [Certificate of Authority] must be made in two newspapers of general circulation, including a legal journal, if possible.”
- “The information required for the advertisements is set forth in the Pennsylvania statutes.”
- “Evidence of these advertisements is not required to be sent to the Corporation Bureau, but should be kept with the business records.”
– “A Guide To Business Registration In Pennsylvania”
– Pennsylvania Department of State website
Our pricing model is competitive and comprehensive. Our prices have no surprises and are all-inclusive (i.e., our quoted prices include all advertising costs and TS Associates’ service fees). Pricing varies by county due to publishing costs, but all prices include:
* Preparing your legal notice according to PA statutes.
* Publication of the notice in both a legal publication and a newspaper of general circulation.
* Obtaining affidavits from the publishers according to state requirements.
* Forwarding to you the affidavits as evidence the publishing requirement was completed.
The following table lists pricing for our most common publications.
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Typically, the entire process takes 4-6 weeks, during which we will coordinate the publishing of your legal notices, obtain the affidavits from the publishers, and provide you with the evidence for your permanent business records.
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Note: For more details pertaining to the types of filings that require you to publish in Pennsylvania, please click here.