North Carolina Filing Forms (Additional Members)

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North Carolina LLC
Additional Members

Quick Start Guide
This Quick Start Guide is a brief overview of how to form an LLC in North Carolina.

Detailed Lessons:

 

North Carolina LLC Costs:
North Carolina LLC filing fee: $125 (one-time fee)
North Carolina LLC annual report fee: $200 per year

Need to save time?
Hire a professional to form your LLC in North Carolina:
Northwest ($39 + state fee) or LegalZoom ($149 + state fee)

(check out Northwest vs LegalZoom)

If you are forming an LLC in North Carolina and you have more than 3 LLC Members, by default, there is no room to list them in the Articles of Organization.

If you have more than 3 Members and would like to include them in your North Carolina Articles of Organization, please use the form below.

North Carolina LLC Additional Members:

Download:
Additional Members Attachment for North Carolina Articles of Organization

Instructions:
Have each additional person (not already listed in the Articles of Organization) add their name, address, capacity, and then sign the form and enter their title below.

Additional persons can either be a Member and an Organizer or just a Member.

If the person is a Member and an Organizer make sure to check off both boxes in the “Capacity” column and use the title “Member & Organizer” in the signature section.

If the person is a just a Member (and not an Organizer), just check off one box in the “Capacity” column and use the title “Member” in the signature section.

You don’t have to check anything off or write anything on your Articles of Organization mentioning that there are additional LLC Members. As long as you include this form when you submit your Articles of Organization, the state will process and accept the additional LLC Members. The state will accept the additional Members regardless of whether you file by mail or by online upload.

Additional reading:
LLC Organizer vs. Member

Matt Horwitz
Founder & Educator, LLC University®
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2 Comments

  1. John December 19, 2018

    So if I need to add a manager is it a member or organizer?

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