For dependable professional resident agent services in
Maryland, Barbara I. Berschler, a practicing attorney with the law firm of Press, Potter & Dozier, LLC, http://www.presspotterlaw.com will provide
you efficient and timely notice of
all communication she receives for your business. If you are planning to do business in Maryland whether as an in-state or out-of-state entity, you must identify a resident agent, also known as aregistered agent, who has a legal address in Maryland and is available to receive service of process and certain governmental notices. Without meeting this requirement and keeping it current, not only may you fail timely to receive critical paperwork, but also jeopardize your good standing status in Maryland.
RESIDENT AGENT PRICING
The annual fee for basic resident agent services is $165.00 per year. If you have special additional needs, please contact Ms. Berschler to discuss fees for such services.
DESIGNATION OF DOMESTIC REPRESENTATIVE FOR FOREIGN TRADEMARK OWNERS
If you are the registrant of a trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and you are not domiciled in the USA, you must name a person who is a resident of the USA to act as your Domestic Representative. The main duty of the Domestic Representative is to provide you with notices and process that may be served in proceedings affecting your mark. Failing to name such a person means that the process will be delivered to an Official at the Department of Commerce. You will not get the timely notice you need and could jeopardize the standing of your mark. Barbara Berschler will see that you receive the notice affecting your mark so that you can respond as appropriate.
DOMESTIC REPRESENTATIVE PRICING
The annual fee for basic Domestic Representative services is $300.00 per year. If you have special additional needs, please contact Ms. Berschler to discuss fees for such services.
SETTING UP A BUSINESS ENTITY IN MARYLAND
The attorneys at the law firm of Press, Potter & Dozier, LLC, can work with you to select and set up an appropriate business entity if you plan to do business in Maryland. For those who plan to open their business in Montgomery County, Maryland, ask about the one-stop guide, "Starting Your Business in Montgomery County, Maryland" written by attorneys of Press, Potter & Dozier, LLC. Because Montgomery County is highly regulated, this manual explains how to avoid pitfalls which could result in unnecessary fees, penalties and exposure to legal liability. Topics covered include: choosing a business structure, taxes and financing, securing a location. For more information please visit http://www.presspotterlaw.com/Business-and-Commercial-Law_PC .