Do I Need An Attorney To Incorporate?

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An attorney is not a legal requirement to incorporate. You could prepare and file the articles of incorporation yourself.  But, you must fully understand all the requirements of your intended state of formation.  That’s what NCP is here for.  We make sure you know everything you need to know, and give you the tools to make sure you’ve done everything you need to do. NCP does not require a retainer before you get started. You will receive all the fees up front so you know exactly what you be charged! Costs are not out of control with NCP!

In fact, when people hire an attorney to incorporate, the attorney often actually outsources the work to a company like NCP (and then tacks on a $1,000 fee for his trouble!)  Working directly with NCP is like buying wholesale instead of retail.  This will save you money up front.

You can use NCP’s service to incorporate and not only save money on attorney fees, but you’ll rest assured that all forms are filed properly. We recognize that there are areas where an attorney should be retained, especially when it comes to shareholder and buy/sell agreements, raising money, contracts, or to have your documents reviewed.  However, NCP will conscientiously inform you any time an attorney should be consulted. If you need a referral, NCP is happy to provide one for you!

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