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File Your Own District of Columbia Articles of Organization

District of Columbia Business Name Search, Secretary of State, and LLC Costs

District of Columbia Articles of Organization Website:

https://corp.dcra.dc.gov/Account.aspx/LogOn?ReturnUrl=%2fHome.aspx

District of Columbia Business Name:

http://dcra.dc.gov/service/reserve-or-register-trade-name
You do not need to register the name you use for your corporation, partnership, or LLC as your trade name if it’s your true name. The District of Columbia Business Name registration fee is $50.

Physical Address:

Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
Corporations Division
John A. Wilson Building
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004

Mailing Address:

Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
Corporations Division
P.O. Box 92300
Washington, DC 20090

Or if you are using UPS, Federal Express, DHL or other mail services please send payments and all forms to:

Wells Fargo Bank
7175 Columbia Gateway Drive
Lockbox # 92300
Columbia, MD 21046

Telephone: 202-442-4400

Fax: 202-442-9445

District of Columbia Articles of Organization LLC Documents:

https://corp.dcra.dc.gov/Account.aspx/LogOn?ReturnUrl=%2fHome.aspx

District of Columbia LLC Cost: $150 payable to DC Treasurer

District of Columbia Articles of Organization Filing Instructions: Preamble is required for District of Columbia Articles of Organization. Forms must be filled in online and printed out or typewritten. No handwritten forms accepted.

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