Amending your Texas articles of incorporation can be done for several reasons. This can be a change of director, officer, member, partner, add/delete an Article, and even to change the name of your corporation. Note: you do not have to change federal employer identification numbers if you change the name of your corporation. You merely have to just notify IRS of the name change. Filing a Certificate of Amendment with The Texas Secretary of State’s office is the only way to officially add or delete an officer to your corporation. Just because you update your PIR report annually does not make that the official change of record with The Texas Secretary of State’s office. You must file a Certificate of Amendment to officially add or delete an officer from the corporation.
Our service will draft the necessary documentation you want amended to your Articles and then will send back to you for signature and date. Once we receive the signed and dated copy back then we proceed to file it with the Texas Secretary of State’s office. Finally, when we receive the approved Certificate of Amendment back from The Texas Secretary of State’s office then we email it to you.