Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) provide an easy opportunity to protect investment assets such as real estate, equipment, rental properties, and other assets held for business or investment. Although some may try and stretch the asset protection benefits to personally used assets such as residence and vehicles, these arrangements are very vulnerable to being set aside by a Court (i.e., not effective).
Many find it tempting to do-it-yourself directly with Secretary of State; however, you only have a shell of an entity unless you also have an Operating Agreement drafted for the entity. Note, for personal service companies, an S-corporation is generally the preferred entity.
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