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In Vermont the Corporations Division records original and amended documents for various types of entities. While they will gladly help you select and complete the proper form and answer questions within our expertise, they cannot provide you with any legal advice. The division strongly recommend that you contact an attorney, accountant or other appropriate professionals to make sure you are taking the proper steps. For detailed information on how to conduct business as a Sole Proprietor, General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability Partnership, S-corporation, C-corporation, or Limited Liability Company we recommend that you get in touch with this office.
In addition to getting valuable information on incorporations and the State Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), you will most likely also be able to obtain the forms and fees required by the State to incorporate or form a business entity; how to file a Doing Business As (DBA) certificate, corporate records and other helpful information on conducting your business in the State. You can reach the division directly at (802) 828-2386
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