Delaware company incorporation

10 steps to incorporating in Delaware

    Delaware business incorporation steps

  1. Before Healy Consultants commences the incorporation process, we request our Clients to i) sign our engagement letter and courier us ii) the signed letter along with all the required due diligence documents and iii) settle Healy Consultants’ engagement fees;
  2. Our experts will draft a detailed engagement plan for our Clients, detailing by week every step towards engagement completion. This plan will optimize work transparency and settle our Client’s expectations;
  3. Healy Consultants and the Client agree on the business entity type for the new company. Next, our Client sings the agreement finalizing their use of Healy Consultants’ affiliate’s registered agent services;
  4. Next, the Client sends Healy Consultants their preferred names (in order to preference). Healy Consultants will submit this name to the Delaware Division of Corporations. Please click here to check the availability of your company name;
  5. After the entity name has been approved, Healy Consultants will prepare the incorporation forms and file them with the Division of Corporations. Healy Consultants will also request for a Certificate of Good Standing. This document will be required when opening the corporate bank account;
  6. Next, Healy Consultants will assist you in applying for a Federal Employment Identification Number (FEIN). This number will serve as your entity’s tax identification number. Please note this number is only required if you plan on hiring employees in the United States;
  7. If the Client plans on hiring employees, Healy Consultants will register the company with the Delaware Department of Labor. Furthermore, Healy Consultants will also look into the licensing requirements (if any) for the Client’s business activity. If any such requirement exists, Healy Consultants will prepare the forms and submit them to the appropriate authority;
  8. Our Client will need to provide us the address for their planned office in Delaware. If the Client doesn’t currently have a business address, Healy Consultants will be pleased to offer our Delaware virtual office service until the Client can find their own office space;
  9. Next, our bank account opening team will open a corporate bank account for the new company. Since, it is not mandatory to open the corporate bank account in the US, our Clients will have the option of choosing other jurisdictions or they may even choose not to open the bank account at all;
  10. The process of Delaware company registration is now complete. With the engagement complete, Healy Consultants will courier a full company kit to our Client; the kit includes the original corporate documents, unopened bank correspondence and a feedback form.

Contact us

For additional information on our company incorporation services in Delaware, please email us at email@healyconsultants.com. Alternatively please contact our in-house country expert, Mr. Paavan Chhabra, directly:
client relationship officer - Paavan