DBA Information

If you are ready to start your business, then you will need to file a Fictitious Business Name Statement (or DBA) with the county. DBAs allow sole proprietorships and general partnerships to conduct business under a name other than the owner’s or owners’ personal name(s). For corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), limited partnerships (LPs) and limited liability partnerships (LLPs), filing a DBA allows them to transact business using a name other than the official company name that is included in the incorporation documents.

Once the DBA filing is approved, the business can use the name as its official business name and:

  • Open a business bank account
  • Create stationery or business cards
  • Develop advertisements and/or list the company in directories
  • Undertake transactions on behalf of the company

Filing your DBA can be an overwhelming experience – especially because of the time and effort filling out the paperwork. Worst yet, if you don’t know how, you become a target for the fly-by-night businesses who solicit you at the court house. With Attorney Assisted at your side, we can help you file your DBA and help you get your business started quickly. No more waiting in lines. No more filling out difficult paperwork. No more being bothered by solicitors at the court house.

Attorney Assisted will both file and publish your DBA – and give you the peace of mind to know that everything was done right.