So this is a really interesting one, especially for the law nerds on staff. District Registered Agent Services, Inc. is a firm devoted entirely to serving as a registered agent in Washington D.C. for individuals, businesses, foreign estates and other entities. What does this mean? In short, they act as a proxy for their clients who need or want a presence in the District of Columbia. Most significantly, they are able to receive legal correspondence — including service of process and government documents — for entities who want, or are required by law, to have an agent in Washington.
Who might need this type of service? Answering that question is a major component of the firm's new website, which includes a wealth of information about who needs a registered agent and why, how to establish or register an entity in Washington D.C., and the surprisingly reasonable fees associated with registered agent services.
The mission for this website was refreshingly straightforward: to educate readers on registered agent services and explain how to obtain them. The site's compact design therefore focuses clearly on two overarching goals — answer the visitor's questions, and make it easy for him or her to make contact to secure services or get more situation-specific information. And there's nothing getting in the way of these goals. From the prominent contact information and online contact form to the bold, conspicuous menu, it gives visitors exactly what they need and leaves no open questions regarding what their next steps should be.
Particularly helpful to the firm and to customers, alike, is the simple online client intake form, which isn't hard to find. You just click "Sign Up Here" directly on the site's main navigation bar. Check it out!
The full website may be viewed here: www.districtregisteredagent.com.
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District Registered Agent Services serves individuals and entities worldwide.
District Registered Agent Services, Inc.
1025 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 615
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 969-8223