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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA ) ) Civil Action No. ) ) ) ) Petitioner, vs. Respondent. DOMESTIC RELATIONS FINANCIAL AFFIDAVIT 1. AFFIANT'S NAME: Spouse's Name: Date of Marriage:
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The following information is provided for educational purposes only and in no way constitutes legal, tax, or financial advice. For legal, tax, or financial advice specific to your business needs, we encourage you to consult with a licensed attorney and/or CPA in your State. The following information is copyright protected. No part of this Lesson may be redistributed, copied, modified or adapted without prior written consent of the author. A Limited Liability Company (abbreviated "LLC") is a hybrid between a Corporation and a Partnership. An LLC protects your assets in the event of a lawsuit. In order to form your LLC, you must file LLC Formation Documents and pay the State filing fee. Once your documents are approved, your LLC is now in existence and authorized to do business in the State. Before completing your LLC Formation Documents, you need to have 2 things completed. First, make sure you've watched the Lesson on researching your LLC's name. Your desired LLC name must be available for use before you proceed. Second, make sure you've watched the Lesson on Registered Agent and that you've made your selection. Now, let's discuss your LLC Formation Documents. The name of the LLC Formation Document for the State of Georgia is called the Articles of Organization and the Transmittal Form. These documents are not complicated and they contain basic information, including listing your Registered Office and Registered Agent. They will also require to list your LLc's name and the name and address of the LLC member or members. We will walk you through the details of the Articles of Organization and Transmittal Form in just a couple minutes and we'll make sure that you get it filled out correctly. Once your Articles of Organization and Transmittal Form are complete, you will need to submit them to the State along with the filing fee. You will find the filing fee amount, the accepted forms of payment, and the address where to send your documents to below this video. When submitting your documents to the State, you must send 1 original Articles of Organization, 1 copy of your Articles of Organization, and 1 original Transmittal Form. An original document is 1 that you actually sign. A copy is a duplication of the original document, and it is easiest to make a copy on a copy machine. However, if you don't have access to a copy machine, you can simply print the form again, then fill it out and sign it. So to repeat, when submitting your documents to the State, you must send 1 original Articles of Organization, 1 copy of the Articles of Organization, and 1 original Transmittal Form. Once you mail the filing fee along with your Articles of Organization and Transmittal Form, the State will review and process your paperwork. If there are any issues with your documents, the State will mail back a letter with instructions on what needs to be corrected. You will have 30 days to make these corrections and return your documents to the State for...