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Arizona Statutory Agent Services

$129/year with prices as low as $87/year with the purchase of multi-year service!

Phoenix, AZ 85021-4148
Maricopa County
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What Is a Statutory Agent a.k.a. Resident Agent or Registered Agent?

In all 50 states, businesses registered as legal entities with the state are required by law to have a registered agent listed within their articles of incorporation/organization. Depending on the state you operate your business out of, this role may go by different names such as registered agent, a resident agent, or a statutory agent. Still, they all provide the same functions for businesses. An Arizona statutory agent is an individual or legal entity that officially receives legal notifications from the state and service of process (SOP) on behalf of a business. A registered agent protects you from missing important legal notices and communication from the state or service of process should your business have legal action against it. The requirement to have a registered agent arose partly out of due process.

Why Are Arizona Businesses Required to Have a Statutory Agent/Registered Agent?

Having a statutory agent is a requirement every time you register a new Arizona Corporation or LLC. You must select a reliable company to act as your Arizona statutory agent. Failing to establish and maintain a statutory agent can have negative effects on the legal status of your company within the state and result in extra, unnecessary expenses. The person or entity must be located and available at a physical street address within the state of Arizona during normal business hours. A mailbox service or P.O. Box cannot represent you as your statutory agent.

Why choose InCorp for your Arizona Registered Agent Services?

Created in 1998, we now have over 250,000 worldwide clients and are BBB rated A+. We will beat any competitor's price on statutory agent service and offer incredible discounts on multi-year and multistate national registered agent services.

How Statutory Agent Service Can Help Your Business

  • Legal Notifications

    A statutory agent is in charge of receiving important legal notifications on your behalf and provides an official address where your annual filing notices, SOP (service of process), and other important legal documents can be sent. Having this official address and a statutory agent avoids many risks associated with receiving legal documents, such as lost or misplaced mail. Instead of receiving legal notifications at your home or business location, an official address and trained registered agent can guarantee the mail will be handled properly and in compliance with the law and appropriate legal procedures.

  • Flexibility

    Through a statutory agent, you will be compliant with the law by always receiving legal notifications during standard business hours. Being present yourself during standard business hours and having a physical location will not be necessary, as your statutory agent will provide this service for you at an officially designated address. This service gives you much flexibility in how you operate your business. For example, suppose you have a physical business address and decide to change locations. With a statutory agent registered with the state of Arizona, you will not be required to update this information with the state in order to receive official documents.

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  • Privacy

    By utilizing registered agent services, you will be helping protect your privacy. For example, if you decide to use your home address to receive official legal notices, it will be published in public directories. With a statutory agent, you will receive legal notifications through an officially designated address provided to you by your agent. This service can help protect your privacy regarding your home address.

  • Help Prevent Corporate Identity Theft

    Through EntityWatch®, the innovative and proprietary technology developed first by InCorp, our information system ties into most of the state databases to give you up-to-date information on the status of your entities including the filing status, the current registered agent, officers, and directors. EntityWatch® also advises you of changes to help prevent corporate identity theft.

  • Organization

    View and upload all your state business filings, corporate documents, and statuses via the Internet on our comprehensive client website at no additional fee. Our Entity Management System (EMS) is where you can keep track of compliance events using our compliance calendar, view and/or store your corporate documents from anywhere in the world, track your forwarded mail, pay your invoices, and order additional services is included at no additional charge! (Now available as an app for iOS devices.)

  • Consolidate Expenses

    For multi-state companies, you will receive a consolidated bill for all your business entities in every state hosted.

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"InCorp helped me navigate the details and potentially confusing amount of filing and paperwork that I would have otherwise had to figure out for myself. For a small business (or even larger) this was invaluable."


  • Save Money

    For over 20 years we have provided top-tier service with one of the lowest prices in the industry and have only raised our prices one time (while many of our competitors raise their prices on their long-term clients yearly!) Our standard fee to serve as your Arizona registered agent is only $129 per state! And you can save even more when you choose multi-year service.

  • Fast Support and Service

    Over-the-counter expedited business document filing service are available for most states. Receive notification of all service of process in real-time and receive said service of process within 24-hours of receipt via Express Mail, facsimile, or email.

What you need to know when appointing InCorp Services, Inc. as your Arizona Statutory Agent:

  • Arizona does not require original signatures.
  • Online filings are available for Arizona LLC formations. Other filings can be completed by fax or mail.
  • Arizona's regular processing time is often over a month. They offer expedite filing for $35 to reduce the processing time to 5-9 business days.
  • The Arizona Statutory Agent change filing fee is $5 for LLCs, $10 for Partnerships, and no charge for Corporations.
  • The state of Arizona requires LLCs and corporations filed in Arizona to have a Registered Agent Arizona Registered Agents are a person or company designated on public record to accept legal documents (service of process) and notifications from the Arizona Secretary of State's office on behalf of the corporate entity. There are few restrictions regarding who can be listed as a Registered Agent, the most important being that the Registered Agent must be located and available at a physical street address, within the state of Arizona, during normal business hours.
  • Your Arizona Registered Agent will be responsible, on your behalf, to receive all government notifications sent to Registered Agents and litigation (service of process) documents. In Arizona, InCorp is able to offer mail forwarding service for an additional fee.


Arizona Registered/Statutory Agent FAQs

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Having a registered agent is required in almost every state. The purpose is for the state to show a physical address in that state at which the company can be served with legal documents. We also receive notifications from many states and help you keep your company in good standing. An added benefit is the security of knowing InCorp is here to fulfill this requirement and provide you with a little more privacy.

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When hiring InCorp as your commercial registered agent, we do not automatically file your documents to register your entity with the state. Formation and qualification filings are separate services, and we will be happy to prepare the entire filing for you once the additional service has been purchased. Our order processing team members will automatically provide consent forms for the states that require them, and we're here to help with Registered Agent Change forms at no additional charge if you'd like our assistance.

In most cases, yes, but we do require that you also be filed with the Secretary of State. Some agencies have requirements that we can't meet, like an address in a specific county or an individual serving instead of InCorp as a company. If you send over the document we'll review it to make sure we can meet the requirements.

The first thing is to order service. Once your order is placed and you have received the confirmation email, please contact our order processing team to proceed. Some states require our signature but it does not have to be a mailed original so you can just reply to your order confirmation with the document attached and we'll sign and return it to you. Other states require our original signature, in which case you can email us the document, we will sign it and mail it to you for submission to the state. Alternatively, you can mail us the complete package of documents and state payment and we will sign and forward the package to the state for you. A few states, like Wyoming, require a separate Registered Agent Consent form. We'll send that directly to you after your order is placed. Please call our order processing team or email us with any additional questions or concerns.

The general rule is that InCorp only serves as an Arizona registered agent for entities registered with the Secretary of State. We can serve for other agencies as well but need to be listed with the Secretary of State, also. When looking for a registered agent for an individual, we recommend using an attorney or law office.

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