Business owners are often interested in incorporating in Delaware, but are uncertain of whether they can do so without having a physical office in the state.
A business owner does not need a physical location to incorporate in Delaware, but they do need to have a registered agent for service of process.
However, you will also need to register your business in each state you are doing business. Most states have a very low registration threshold because they not only want to know which businesses are operating in the state, but to also maximize revenue from franchise and other business taxes.
If you have any questions regarding incorporating in Delaware or any other business legal issue, please contact me at Doug@BendLawOffice.com.
Disclaimer: This post discusses general legal issues, but it does not constitute legal advice in any respect. No reader should act or refrain from acting on the basis of any information presented herein without seeking the advice of counsel in the relevant jurisdiction. Doug Bend expressly disclaims all liability in respect of any actions taken or not taken based on any contents of this post.