wyoming c-corp Privacy

Everyone has a fundamental right to privacy. Whether they know how to exercise this right, though, is another question. It is our feeling there is no reason to post your private information to public databases when you don't have to. This will deter not only creditors, but also identity thiefs and hackers.

Wyoming corporations do not benefit from the same privacy rights as Wyoming LLCs. Limited Liability Corporations are not required to list directors or officers with the state. Registered agents can be the public face for the LLC.

A corporation is not required to list directors or officers when incorporating. However, when the initial annual report comes due someone's information must be made public. Those desiring more privacy can opt for a nominee service. The nominee is listed on the public documents and is available to sign important documents when required.

Don't worry about justifying your desire for privacy. When you list a website you are allowed to buy privacy, or you can give your details to EVERYBODY. Who wants that?

Knowing this, understand a nominee service can protect your privacy in much the same way as a registered agent does for a LLC. Incorporate with us to ensure your details aren't accidentally leaked. We will maintain your privacy. We are a law firm. We will not divulge your information.

Our  constitutional right to privacy in business affairs is on display in Wyoming. When you think of Wyoming one of the first things to come to your mind should be freedom.

This attitude is in large part derived from the fact Wyoming maintains its good old-fashioned western mentality. When people gathered around the campfire during the night, they kept an attitude of don't ask and don't tell others about your affairs.