How to Change the Registered Office or Registered Agent for your Florida Limited Liability Company

Last updated: April 2, 2020
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Changing a Florida LLC’s Registered Agent and/or Registered Office

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  • To change a Florida LLC’s registered agent and/or their registered office.

Additional Information:

Florida law requires every business in the state, including limited liability companies to have a registered agent. This is a business or an individual — sometimes even the business owner themself — who’s responsible for receiving services of process and other important legal documents on behalf of the LLC. They play an essential role in making sure that litigation is responded to in a timely manner.

Steps to Change Your LLC’s Registered Agent or Registered Office

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You can change your registered agent by filling out the following form: Click here to fill out the form.

  1. In item #1 on the form – You will fill out the full name of your LLC.
  2. Update item 2(a) and 2(b) if you need to update your principal office or mailing address.
  3. In item #3 provide the date that your LLC filed/registered Florida.
  4. In item number 4 – if you don’t have it on hand, you can find your document number on
  5. In item 5(a)  you will place your current Registered Office or Agent’s information.
  6. Next to item (b) is where you will place the New Registered Agent and Registered Agent Office Address information.  
  7. An authorized signer of the LLC should sign and the registered agent should also sign the document.
  8. Once completed, enclose a check for the Filing Fee. The filing fee is $25.00, or $55.00 should you wish to order a Certified Copy.

Pro Tip: Do you want a certificate of status? A certificate of status is an official document from the State of Florida confirming that your business has filed its annual report. It requires an additional $5.00 fee. However, a certificate of status is not required by Florida law.

Our firm offers a subscription registered agent service for Florida businesses. For more, call (727) 279-5037 or visit our consultation page.

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