Businesses may file for a Fictitious Business Name in-person, via regular mail or online. For more information, visit the Santa Clara County Office of the Clerk Recorder.
To determine if a particular business name is currently registered or to research the name of the owner(s) of a particular business , you may conduct an FBN Records Search in person and online, or request the information by mail for a fee.
Fictitious Business Name (FBN) Change/Refiling/ Renewal Complete the Fictitious Business Name application . Verify that your current Business Registration Certificate is consistent with the information on the fictitious business name statement. If filing in person*, submit the completed Fictitious Business Name (FBN) form.
To get copies of divorce documents , go to the courthouse and ask for a copy, or send a request through the mail. To visit the courthouse or send a request by mail, see directions, addresses and business hours on the Family Justice Center Courthouse page.
The usual requirements are once a week for four weeks in a row, but laws differ in every state. The filing fee for this name varies from $10 to $1,000. You may need to also post a statement of intent in order to use a fictitious name in the local newspaper before the statement can be filed.
A fictitious business name statement expires five years from the date it is filed in the County Clerk. A renewal of a fictitious business name statement must be filed prior to the date of expiration if you intend to continue doing business under that name and if there are no changes from the original.
Use the USPTO’s free trademark database and to get yours registered. Simply go to http://www.uspto.gov/main/trademarks.htm and click “Search.” Then follow the instructions you see on the screen.
Every California business , including corporations and limited liability companies, is required to register a Fictitious Business Name ( DBA ) in the county where the business is located if the business is using a name other than its owner’s legal given name , or the full legal corporate or LLC name (with its identifier
California DBA Search You first do a DBA name lookup to make sure that the name is available. You can search for the name on the name search page of the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk website.
An expired DBA requires a new filing to place the name back on record even if it is only 1 day past the renewal date. An expired DBA no longer exists but the name can be placed back on record with a new filing.
If you have not received a renewal application from the CSLB within 45 days of the expiration date, you can order a renewal online or by calling the CSLB at 1-800-321-CSLB (2752).
You’ll need to file Form 568, Limited Liability Company Return of Income, with the Franchise Tax Board and this return is due by April 15 every year. However, you do get an automatic 7-month extension as long as your LLC is in good standing.
Every time a couple files for divorce in California , their information is considered public . Their California divorce records become easily available online so that those who need to see the records can do so with the simple click of a few buttons. The same goes for obtaining certified copies.
Record information for divorce filings is available at the Los Angeles Superior Court where the divorce was filed. If the Superior Court location is not known, information can be obtained at the County Courthouse by calling at (213) 830-0803 or going to 111 North Hill St., Los Angeles, CA , 90012.
You can obtain a certified copy of the entire divorce decree and other documents from the divorce file by visiting or contacting the clerk of court’s office or the court’s records management office. The procedure for requesting a certified copy of your divorce decree may vary slightly from county to county.