My answer for these types of questions is usually “it depends on the state.” However, from what I gather, I’m not sure any state restricts minors from serving as directors in an LLC. There are some states that restrict a minor from forming an LLC though (Colorado and NJ to name a few).
It’s worth noting that being a director as a minor could pose problems. As a director, you act as an agent for the principal (the LLC). As a minor, you don’t have the full ability to contract on behalf of the LLC because of your age. Accordingly, you might have to have a director who is over 18 contract on behalf of the LLC.
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