As you can see, based on the varying answers, you should probably seek the advice of an attorney. You can certainly form the limited liability company (LLC) in Delaware, but is it really worth it? Probably not. Delaware makes sense for companies that see themselves as an eventual IPO or will seek venture capital (VC). These types of companies will be a C-corp, as opposed to an LLC. The best state for LLCs to form in is typically their home state. To make sure of that, you should speak with a startup attorney. You can do that at, where we offer affordable rates for quality work. We offer free initial consults and a money back guarantee.