We provide the following forms: Articles of Organization, Operating Agreement, Resolution to Open a Bank Account,
Organizational Meeting Resolutions and Minutes, Operating Manual, Things to Keep in Mind Guide, Resignation of Organizer, Certificate of Good Standing,
Certificate of Formation, Transfer of Membership Interest Testament (for Single Member LLCs) and more.
Articles of Organization: The Articles are the only document we submit to the Secretary of State. This is because Wyoming allows anonymous
LLCs and does not request additional information. The Articles contain the company's name, business and mailing address, phone, email, registered
agent and the name of the Organizer. We complete these using our information so your personal information is never made public. You may learn
more here about your Wyoming LLC's Articles of Organization
Operating Agreement: An Operating Agreement is a contract between the owners and the business. It dictates what rules will be followed for
managing day to day affairs, and if there is a disagreement between owners. If no agreement is signed, then Wyoming's default LLC act will be in
effect. This agreement can appear superfluous for Single Member LLs, but is still important. Learn more on our page about
Wyoming LLC Operating Agreements
Resolution to Open a Bank Account: This is a straightforward document which states the LLC has resolved to open a bank account. Truth
be told, most banks do not ask for this form. However, some do, and our competitors charge for it, so we decided to include it for free. Every
Wyoming LLC we form includes a banking resolution form which you may sign and present to the bank.
Operating Manual: We believe in empowering our clients through an informative website and a manual which covers the pertinent
factors of running a company. Every LLC we form includes an Operations Manual which covers topics as diverse as when to hold an annual meeting,
how to fund your LLC, tax and asset protection planning, operational questions and other miscellaneous topics. We strongly encourage every company
we form to study this document and its implications. There is also an accompanying Things to Keep in Mind Guide which acts as a condensed version
for how to maximize your LLC's benefits.
Resignation of Organizer: Wyoming allows anonymous LLCs. This means only our information will appear in the public record. Via the operating
agreement and the Resignation of Organizer document, you can demonstrate your ownership of the company. Certain clients, mainly international,
may also opt for a Certificate of Incumbency. This is similar to a Resignation of Organizer document, but has been notarized and can be apostilled.
Certificate of Good Standing: Wyoming's Secretary of State is one of the few which does not charge extra for this document. It can be generated
online, free of charge, at anytime. It is immediately available for downloading and printing. Generally, for new companies, it is not required as your
bank or other institution can safely assume the company is in good standing. However, for older companies, this certificate can provide important
proof that your Wyoming LLC has filed all necessary documents and is authorized to continue transacting business. Learn more about
Wyoming's Certificate of Good Standing here.
Transfer of Membership Interest Testament: This document, which we only provide to Single Member LLCs, is used to transfer your ownership, after
your death, to the person or persons of your choosing. Wyoming law allows you to avoid probate if you use such a document. This means your intended
beneficiaries can avoid the hassle of probate and continue operating your company without interruption. It is not required for it to be notarized,
however we recommend you do so and upload the signed copy to our client portal for safekeeping.
The above documents are provided free of charge for everyone who forms a Wyoming LLC with us. They will be automatically uploaded to your portal
and emailed to you. They are also always available for download and printing after formation in the files section of our site. Every form is provided as
a word document and completed with your information, so it can be downloaded, edited, printed and signed as you see fit. Again, we do not require these
forms for our records, but it is generally a good idea to sign and upload them as part of your corporate record keeping.