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Form a Texas limited liability company (LLC, PLLC)

  • Turnaround in 1–2 business days
  • Flexible checklist makes ordering easy by email, fax, or phone
  • With options for company kit, taxpayer ID (EIN), registered agent
  • $375 to file the formation ($325 state fees for expedited filing, plus our $50 fee)
Download the LLC formation checklist

To form an LLC, complete the easy PDF, which is both an order form and a client interview checklist. The checklist is flexible, intuitive, and reusable, and it contains a full guide and tips.

After you fill out and submit the checklist, Lawyer's Aid immediately checks the availability of your preferred company names and contacts you to resolve any issue to minimize the chance of rejection at filing. We draft the formation according to your instructions, print it as a formatted legal document on premium bond paper, deliver it to the State, and advance the filing fee.

After picking up the filing from the State office, usually within 1-2 business days, we promptly contact you with the new company's filing number. You'll receive the official documents by fax or scan, and the originals with the company outfit or by mail.

Get your LLC in three easy steps


Download the LLC checklist to your computer. Download the LLC formation checklist

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Fill out the checklist on your computer, or print and complete by hand. Easily include custom instructions or clauses.


Submit the checklist:

  • Email to, or
  • Fax to (888) 474-4218, or
  • Call and go over it with us at (888) 474-2112. We welcome your call.
Download the LLC formation checklist

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Options included in the LLC checklist

  • Regular and professional LLCs
  • Control by members or managers
  • Alternative company names
  • Optional special clauses
  • Area for your instructions and additions
  • How to pay

LLC formation tip

In Texas, a law firm can be a PLLC or a PC, but not an LLC. A CPA firm can be any of these.