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Drake Forester
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Chief legal strategy officer and blogger of most things business, registered agent, nonprofit, and more
Chief legal strategy officer and blogger of most things business, registered agent, nonprofit, and more

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And who wouldn't like more funding?
How to help your community improve capital accessibility and strengthen the ecosystem.

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What defined your #givingtuesday
On this Giving Tuesday, do you have any questions about starting or maintaining a nonprofit organization? We have compiled step-by-step instructions for every state, as well as many helpful questions and answers here on our website. If starting a nonprofit is your calling, take a look:

http://www.northwestregisteredagent.com/non-profit.html

#givingtuesday #nonprofit  
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I want one!
Something we never saw many of in the States, even when they were new: a VW pickup!
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On this Giving Tuesday, do you have any questions about starting or maintaining a nonprofit organization? We have compiled step-by-step instructions for every state, as well as many helpful questions and answers here on our website. If starting a nonprofit is your calling, take a look:

http://www.northwestregisteredagent.com/non-profit.html

#givingtuesday #nonprofit  
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What is a registered agent? If you are planning on starting a business, this is very pertinent to you:
What is a registered agent, and how does it affect you as a business owner?

http://www.northwestregisteredagent.com/what-is-registeredagent.html
A few quick facts:
-Your small business is required by the state to have a registered agent.
-The registered agent has to have a physical street address in the state where your business in registered.
-The RA has to have regular business hours at that address.

Follow the link to learn more!
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You are never too old to set another goal! What are your goals? 
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A helpful thread! Outbound marketing ideas for new entrepreneurs from entrepreneurs:
What are some great outbound marketing strategies for new entrepreneurs?

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If you/your small business has been sued :/ ...here's where to start:
Did I want an excuse to post a picture of my own personal hero/crush Judge Judy? Maybe.
But I really just wanted to alert my followers to our Free Lawsuit Help Section on our Northwest website. A lawsuit is something you hope and pray never occurs in your lifetime as a small business but...stuff happens. That is why it's good to be prepared, or at the very least vaguely knowledgeable about where to start when it comes to defending yourself. Or, if the need be, to file a lawsuit of your own.

How to file a lawsuit: We provide a full timeline on www.northwestregisteredagent.com, but initially the Plaintiff files a complaint and summons with the local county court. When a matter becomes involved in a lawsuit, the process becomes known as litigation.
The complaint and summons are served on the Defendant or a designated registered agent. The Defendant may either be served by mail or personally by a process server. And so on....

How to defend a lawsuit: Step one: When you are served a complaint and summons, either personally by a process server or through the mail, an individual or group has filed a lawsuit against you, and this process becomes known as litigation.

We also provide a list of lawsuit terminology you may hear/read, and the definitions.

As a business owner, a lawsuit could break you and diminish all of the hard work you've put in. Educate yourself, and be aware and ready if the moment ever strikes:

http://www.northwestregisteredagent.com/free-lawsuit-help.html

#registeredagents #morethanmeetstheeye #lawsuits  
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