Setting Up Bylaws
A corporation must have bylaws. Bylaws are the road map by which the corporation operates. Bylaws set forth how annual and special meetings are called and held, and how officers and directors are elected or removed. Bylaws provide a framework. A lack of bylaws creates uncertainty in which only the arguing lawyers win.
For good reason, all states require corporations to have bylaws. Corporate Direct provides this important corporate document as part of its incorporation package. For more information or to get started, call us today at 800-600-1760 or sign up for a free 15-minute consultation.