Hartford Business Lawyer Explains How to Form a Corporation in Connecticut
As an experienced Hartford Business Lawyer, I am often asked how a corporation is formed in Connecticut. You first must file a Certificate of Incorporation with the Secretary of State. You will be required to have a meeting with the initial shareholders of the corporation with the incorporator, adopting the bylaws of the corporation. These are not filed with the Secretary of State but are maintained in the records of the corporation. Last, a board of directors is elected, pursuant to the bylaws,. The board of directors turns and hires the chief executive officer, the president, and will designate other officers including the secretary of the corporation.
Are you interested in forming a corporation in Connecticut? Contact experienced Hartford Business Lawyer Eric Foster to guide you.