Nevada Registered Agent

Nevada Registered Agent Service

A Nevada Registered Agent will be the communication contact between the government and your Nevada LLC or Nevada Corporation. What this means is the state will send a renewal notice or compliance notice to the registered agents office address in Nevada. A process server trying to deliver court paperwork to your Nevada business will take them to your Nevada Registered Agents official office in Nevada.

Nevada Registered Agent service is needed by all those who want to file a new LLC or Corporation in Nevada. We understand every client may be different, so we try hard not to cram you into our box. You tell us how to customize your Nevada Registered Agent service experience, and the odds are your filing solutions portal already has the ability to do just what you’ve dreamed of:

  • Want us to notify your lawyer whenever we accept service of process?
  • Want us to notify a business partner or spouse?
  • How often do you want annual report notifications?
  • What kind of compliance update method do you prefer?
  • Want to list our registered office address on your state business filings?
  • Want to receive mail at our office?


A Real Solution

At our Corporate Filing Solutions Nevada office, our goal is to provide you a solution, not an invoice. It’s not really just our goal though, it’s our bloodline… Solutions is our last name.

Why Corporate Filing Solutions for Registered Agent in Nevada

  • Instant Nevada Registered Agent Service
    Sign up online and get instant access to your filing solutions portal.  There you’ll find all Nevada Secretary of State PDF forms ready for use, pre-filled with our registered agent information, as well as step-by-step instructions on how to complete filings yourself directly with the state. If filing with the NV SOS online, we prompt you through the online filing process as well.
  • You Choose Payment Frequency
    When you hire us as your Nevada registered agent, you choose how often you want to pay. And as you can see below, we charge less if you pay for more years of service in advance. Take a look:
1 Year $95 Per Year $95 Total
2 Years $85 Per Year $170 Total
3 Years $75 Per Year $225 Total
4 Years $65 Per Year $260 Total
5 Years $55 Per Year $275 Total

Get a Registered Agent

  • Instant Documents
    We scan all your service of process and legal documents that we receive at our Nevada registered office to you the same day.
  • No Additional Fees
    The price listed as your annual service fee is what you pay. We have no additional fees for mail forwarding and processing. You can pay for many years up front if you want less invoicing.
  • Consolidation Made Simple
    We always file your change of commercial clerk filing for free and cover the state fees, but you can use our registered agent service in any US state. Our service gets better and easier the more corporate entities and state registrations you have. This is where our professional grade Filing Solutions Portal really shines.
  • We’re a Boutique Law Firm Service Provider
    We service corporate lawyers specializing in mergers, acquisitions and corporate maintenance. As a direct consumer, you get the same professional grade tools that corporate law firms use.
  • Ongoing Support
    We send reminders specific to your corporate entity to help you maintain your company registration in Nevada yourself. Our goal is to make corporate forms easy by providing help along the way, but if at any point you just don’t want to deal with it, we charge a minimal fee to pick up where you left off. We file with the state, scan the filed copy into your portal and return it to you in an expedited time frame. It’s what we do. You can add any kind of corporate filing in your Filing Solutions Portal.
  • Powerful Corporate Filings Portal
    You can enter your corporate information one time with our Filing Solutions Portal. You can then generate any corporate filing you may need to do: formations, registrations, annual reports, meeting minutes, operating agreements, stock certificates and more. We include instant steps and tools to do corporate filings yourself, or you can easily hand them off to us to deal with the logistics of getting your filings across the finish line.


Change Nevada Registered Agent

Steps to Change Your Registered Agent in Nevada

Find Entity File Number.

This number is used by the Secretary of State to identify your entity. If you have forgotten it, you can find it by using a business name search.

File the Statement of Change.

In accordance with NRS 77.340, an entity can change a registered agent by filing a Statement of Change of Registered Agent by Represented Entity with the Secretary of State.

Pay the Filing Fee.

The Secretary of State charges $60 to change Nevada registered agent service for your Nevada company. Note that if paying any filing via credit card, the state applies a 2.5% processing fee.

Wait for Processing.

Processing generally takes one to two weeks.

The Form to File Statement of Change of Registered Agent by Represented Entity
The Filing Fee $60
The Agency Nevada Secretary of State
Online Filing Yes (immediate processing)
Processing Time 1 to 2 Weeks

The Filing Made Easy Advantage

Filings Made Easy is the premier registered business services provider in America. Our clients include corporations and LLCs in every state, both large companies and small. Regardless of whether you’re an international conglomerate or a small family run business, Filings Made Easy can help your business stay compliant with Nevada state law and maintain its good standing.

Simple compliance is our goal. We track all of your compliance requirements throughout the year and monitor all the deadlines you have to meet. We update you regularly well in advance of impending due dates. You never have to worry about missing a deadline.

Filings Made Easy will also act as the main point of contact between your business and the Secretary of State. Your tax notifications and annual report notices will come to our local office, and we will notify you months in advance of your deadlines.


Can You Change Registered Agents Online?

No. Nevada’s online filing system is extensive, but to change your registered agent you must submit a Statement of Change to the SOS.


If My Registered Agent Resigns, How Long Do I Have to Change Agents?

Pursuant to NRS 77.370, if a Nevada registered agent resigns a business entity has 31 days in which to file a Statement of Change and appoint a new agent. After 31 days, an entity is considered in breach of state law and can be held subject to penalties.


Why Hire Corporate Filing Solutions for Nevada Registered Agent Service?

Starting your LLC or Corporation in Nevada shouldn’t be a hassle or a time consumer. That’s why we offer Filings Made Easy™ to make starting a Limited Liability Company or Corporation in Nevada super easy with our Nevada Registered Agent service.

Hire us and relax while our filing experts form your new Nevada LLC or INC. Our staff will process orders the same business day as they are received. To make things even easier, we bundle the first year of registered agent service and ensure your Nevada LLC or Corp comes fully equipped and ready to do its job.

Start your LLC Or Corporation in Nevada and get Registered Agent service for as low as $55.


Nevada Registered Agent FAQ


What Does a Nevada Registered Agent Do?

As your Nevada registered agent, our job is to accept service of process (notice of a lawsuit), legal correspondence, and other official notifications on behalf of your business. By providing registered agent service, CFS helps ensure that your company maintains good standing with the Secretary of State and meets its state compliance requirements.

How Do I Designate My Nevada Registered Agent?

A Nevada registered agent is appointed when you form a domestic company, such as an LLC or corporation, or when you register a foreign (out-of-state) company with the Secretary of State. A registered agent designation is made on the following forms:

  • Nevada Corporation: Articles of Incorporation
  • Nevada LLC: Articles of Organization
  • Foreign Businesses: Application for Registration/Qualification
Am I Legally Required to Have a Nevada Registered Agent?

Yes. Nevada state law requires every corporation to appoint a Nevada registered agent. You cannot form a domestic company or register an out-of-state business without a registered agent.

What Is a Commercial Registered Agent in Nevada?

A Nevada commercial registered agent is an individual or entity that has registered with the Secretary of State to provide registered agent services to 10 or more businesses. A commercial agent generally provides registered agent service as a primary part of its business.

A non-commercial agent, on the other hand, may be an individual such as a lawyer who provides registered agent service to only a small number (less than 10) clients.

Nevada Registered Agent Duties

A Nevada registered agent is required by law to fulfill the following duties:

  • Maintain a registered office with a physical address in Nevada
  • Keep regular business hours
  • Accept service of process and legal correspondence on behalf of clients
  • To contact clients when documents are accepted at the registered office
  • To forward documents to clients in a timely manner
What If My Nevada Registered Agent Resigns?

If your Nevada registered agent resigns, you have 31 days in which to appoint a new registered agent. After the 31 day period, your company is in violation of state law and can be administratively dissolved.

You must change your registered agent information with the Nevada Secretary of State after an agent resigns.

Read the Nevada State Statute

NRS 78.090  Registered agent required; address of registered office; powers of bank or corporation who is registered agent; penalty for noncompliance; service upon and delivery to registered agent in lieu of corporation.

      1.  Every corporation must have a registered agent who resides or is located in this State. Notwithstanding the provisions of NRS 77.300, each registered agent must have a street address for receiving service of process, which is the registered office of the corporation in this State. If the registered agent is in the business of acting as a registered agent for more than one business entity, the physical street address of the registered office must be in a location for which such use is not prohibited by any local ordinance. The registered agent may have a separate mailing address such as a post office box, which may be different from the street address.

Nevada Secretary of State Contact


Secretary of State
202 North Carson Street
Carson City, Nevada 89701-4201

Phone: 775-684-5708