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270 Trace Colony Park Dr. Suite B, Ridgeland, MS 39157 | (601) 345-2332
by Mississippi Registered Agent LLC

Mississippi Registered Agent Service in Ridgeland, Mississippi!

$49 a year Mississippi registered agent service.

The Mississippi Registered Agent Service Advantage

  • Commercial Registered Agent listed with the Mississippi Secretary of State
  • Local Ridgeland office
  • Fast, efficient service (you’re signed up and done in less than 10 minutes)
  • Affordable price: only $49 per year
  • Instant access to online account with dozens of Mississippi business filing forms
  • Small, local company dedicated to Mississippi business
  • Same-day notification whenever your documents are delivered to our office

Every business entity needs a registered agent. Your registered agent accepts service of process (legal notice of a lawsuit). Choosing a qualified registered agent can be tricky. There are a lot of us out there, and not everybody is on the up and up.

Mississippi has tried to make it easier by publishing a list of Commercial Registered Agents—agents that are registered with the SOS.

Mississippi Registered Agent LLC is a Commercial Registered Agent. You can rest assured that we’re not working from home. We run a legitimate office that handles business services and filings every day.

We run a small office here in Ridgeland. If you give us a call, you’ll talk to a real person, someone who knows Mississippi business in and out. And if you spend money with us, you’ll know that your money is staying here in the local economy, not being shipped off to some giant corporate headquarters.

We believe we offer the best service at the most competitive price. That’s our promise, and we strive to keep it every day.

Why Do I Need a Mississippi Registered Agent?

Mississippi State statutes (MS Code § 79-35-5) require that a business entity appoint a registered agent within the state. Your registered agent is a point of contact between your business and the public. If someone wants to serve you with a legal process (notification of a lawsuit), they will serve it upon your registered agent, who must then inform you. Also, the Secretary of State’s office will send notifications for fees and taxes to your registered agent.

What is the Difference Between a Commercial and a Noncommercial Registered Agent?

Mississippi makes a distinction between Commercial Registered Agents and Noncommercial Registered Agents. A Commercial Registered Agent has registered and paid a fee with the Secretary of State in order to be listed on the SOS website.

Commercial Registered Agents and Noncommercial Registered Agents provide the same services and are responsible for the same duties.

We are a Commercial Registered Agent.

What Are a Mississippi Registered Agents Duties?

  • We accept services of process (legal notification of a lawsuit) and notices from the Secretary of State on your behalf
  • We maintain a registered commercial office in the State of Mississippi
  • We stay open during regular business hours to accept hand-delivered documents
  • We contact you when any document for you is delivered to our office
  • We forward your documents to you in a timely manner so you don’t miss deadlines

How Do I Change My Registered Agent to You?

The Form: “Amendment on an Existing Business”

How to File: Online

Fee: $10

How to Pay: Credit Card, ACH account or E-check

What You’ll Need: Mississippi Business ID Number

Mississippi has moved away from paper filings. All business filings are now done online through the SOS Business Portal. You will need to create an online account. Once your account is complete, you can login and navigate to the Business Filings Page (link is along left side of the page).

Scroll down and find Amendment Filings. Click on “File an Amendment for an Existing Business.”

You can enter our registered agent information and submit your filing and payment information. A confirmation email will be sent to you.

What is the Best Way to File My Formation Documents in Mississippi?


You will need to create an account on the Secretary of State’s website. From your account, you can file your documents and pay all your fees.

Once you’ve created an account, you can click onto the Business Filings Page (link is on the left hand side of the main page).

Scroll down to Name Reservation and Formation Filings. Select “Form a Mississippi Corporation, Non-Profit, LLC or Partnership.” On the next screen, you’ll be asked to choose a Business Type. After that, you will be asked to fill in the necessary information and enter your payment information.

Mississippi accepts all major Credit Cards, ACH payments and E-checks.

Processing Time: One week

Expedite Option: $25 for 24-hour Registration