Form An LLC


            Create An LLC            (Limited Liability Company)

Affordably Form An LLC With SNAP LEgal

-500 USD & State Filing Fees-


Officially and legally forming your business can be confusing and time-consuming. Luckily, we at Miller IP Law take care of confusing and time-consuming legal projects for our customers all of the time. So we've set up a way to affordably and efficiently form a domestic limited liability company.

Simply fill out a 10 minute form to choose your business name & info, and our attorneys will take care of the rest for you!


It's a very simple process.  

1) Click on any of the blue "Get Started Now" buttons 

2) Answer the questions that are provided  

3) Enter your credit/debit card information 

 4) You're part is done! Our attorneys will then go through the necessary paperwork, and we will let you know when everything is complete! This typically takes 1-45 business days (varies by state).


The form to get started looks like this:



There are a variety of different options for business types. 


An LLC (limited liability company) protects the personal assets of the business owner(s). For example, if your business gets sued (or entangled with other legal troubles), then typically your company's assets can be taken. Your family home, your personal belongings, and your personal cash are shielded by the LLC.

With an LLC, you are taxed similarly to a sole proprietorship. This gives you a great deal of flexibility, but makes it difficult to have other shareholders.

It's great for smaller companies, but not for companies who plan to go public or do business internationally.


S-Corps and C-Corps also afford you limited liability (similar to an LLC), but they are taxed differently.

They allow more shareholders, thereby making it easier for the company to go public.


Want more details? You can get a free consultation with one of our attorneys, where he/she will help you determine what is best for your specific company. Simply use the blue section at the bottom of this article to schedule yours.


On your end, it will only take about 10 minutes to fill out the form, and a couple of extra minutes to enter your credit/debit card info. Then, depending on the state, it will take our attorneys approximately 1-45 business days to complete, submit, and finalize the paperwork.



Regardless of what type of business you would like to form, our flat fees are the same. A simple 500 USD attorney fee + your state's filing fees. 

The average state filing fee is 132 USD, but ranges from 40-500 USD (sorry Massachusetts).



You typically aren’t required to form LLC/Corp in your home state, however for most businesses, it’s best to form your LLC /Corp in your home state since that is where you legally perform your business.  

This includes online businesses, as you are still running your business in your home state. Sometimes you will see business form their business in Wyoming because of their low filing fees or Delaware because they have more business friendly laws, but forming your business in another state can be more expensive in the long run.  

If you are considering forming a business outside your home state, please schedule a strategy session with an attorney to understand the pros/cons of this decision.  


We understand that deciding what type of business formation is best for your company can be a daunting task. It doesn't have to be, though. We offer free consultations to all potential customers, where you can talk to an attorney directly over Zoom. 

We will ask more questions about your company, it's ambitions, and how we can best help you reach them.

Schedule a free strategy session to learn what will help your company today!

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