You’ve read a lot about that, I’m sure. There can be reasons to form there. Here are two that come up a lot: First, your business is going to have big deal investors who like being in Delaware, sometimes for reason number . . . Second: Delaware law is corporate-centric, efficient, and can provide better protections for the corporation’s officers and directors. But like filing anywhere else, if the principal place of business is in another state, you’ll need to register your corporation (or LLC) in that state as well as filing a “foreign” corporation/LLC in Delaware.
Should I incorporate in Delaware?
About the Author: David Herzog
Since 1993, I have represented hundreds of businesses and individuals in a variety of industries. Small business legal advising . . . that's my thing.