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Why should I publish legal notice to avoid suspension of my legal entity?  
To form an LLC (Limited Liability Company), Corporation, an assumed and fictitious name in the following states are required to run legal notices in the local news papers assigned by states and counties to avoid suspension of your legal entities.

The States of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Nebraska, Florida and New York laws require a Corporation, LLC and assumed name or fictitious name to publish a notice of filing of articles of incorporation, article of organization or business registration in the local Newspaper where entity is located.

What is Legal Advertising?  
Legal advertising is a form of classified advertising usually designated by a State Law or Court system. Legal notices are produced for this purpose and sent for publishing in newspapers that would properly serve the public in a specified area. This is usually judged by the location of the parties involved or the geographical location of a property or business. The legal notices would then be published in the newspaper-classified section and after the full run; the newspaper will create an affidavit of publication.

What types of legal documents need to be advertised?  

Legal advertising comes in a variety of different forms, including Foreclosure Proceedings, Surrogate's Court Citations, Orders of Liquor License, Summons with Notice (Real Estate and Matrimonial), Partition Notices of Sale, Orders of Name Change, LLC and LLP Notices of Formation, Orders to Show Cause, Co-Op Notices of Sale, Bankruptcy Notices, Real Estate Litigation, and Supplemental Summonses.

An Affidavit of Publication is a sworn, written statement made in the presence of a notary public or a person who is authorized to administer an oath, attesting that the publication took place on specified days. Affidavits of Publication are used in legal proceedings and may be submitted in lieu of having a person appear in court.

What happens if business does not publish a notice of formation?  
Shall be suspended

Which states require publications for Corporations and LLCs'?  
  • Pennsylvania (corps only).
  • Georgia (corps only).
  • Arizona (corps and LLCs).
  • Nebraska (corps and LLCs), and
  • New York (LLCs only).
  • Nebraska
Publications are also known as:
  • LLC Publication
  • Corporation Publication
  • Assumed Name Publication
  • Fictitious Name Publication
  • DBA Publication
  • Publication Affidavit
  • Legal Notice LLC
  • Legal Notice Corporation
  • Legal Notice Fictitious Name
  • Legal Notice Assumed Name
Which states require publications for sole proprietor?  
  • Illinois.
  • California.
  • Georgia.
  • Florida.
  • Pennsylvania.
  • Nebraska.

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