Setting up a new LLC should not be very difficult. The best way to start is to find the website for the Secretary of State for the state in which you reside. Then look for corporations and businesses and you should be able to find a portion of the website where you can apply to see if your business name is available to you. If it is, you can then draw down the necessary forms to create the LLC and mail them on to the secretary of state's office for filing with a check. When I did this in the state of New Hampshire, forms were very easy to complete, I was able to reserve the name and had the forms sent the same day to the state. Hope this helps and good luck
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