Can you form a Delaware corporation if the primary physical location of your business is in another state?

Yes, you can form a Delaware corporation even if the primary physical location of business is in another state.

The Articles of Incorporation for a Delaware corporation require the following information:

  • The name of the corporation
  • The name and address of the registered agent in Delaware that can receive process on behalf of the corporation
  • The total amount of stock authorized to be issued
  • The name and mailing address for the incorporator

If you will be primarily conducting business in another state, you will also need to register your Delaware corporation as a foreign corporation operating within that state.

Making the decision of where to incorporate can have a significant impact on your business operations. LawTrades can connect you with one of our vetted and experienced business attorneys for a free 20 minute consultation to discuss how they can assist you with all of your pre- and post-incorporation needs.