Change Alaska registered agent

Last updated on November 22, 2022

You can change a registered agent by informing the Secretary of State via mailing a form. Learn how to do this step by step.

Who are they?

Agent for service of process

Also known as a registered agent, resident agent, statutory agent, etc in various states. These agents are physically located in the state where business entities operate. They receive important legal documents on behalf of the business entity.

Receive service of process

Their primary task is to receive tax forms, judicial notices, and other legal documents during business hours, 5 days a week.

For all business entities

Most business entities including LLCs, corporations, and partnerships require these agents in every state they operate in.

Not PO boxes

Agents must have a physical street address in the state. Not just PO boxes.

Details are public

The address and contact details of these agents are made public by the Secretary of State.


Step-by-step instructions

How to change registered agent in Alaska?

Check the steps below:

1. Find a new registered agent

Before you plan to change your existing registered agent, make sure to find an alternative registered agent in the state.

If you are physically located in the state, you can be a registered agent for your own LLC. But paying a service provider to become a registered agent will give you much-needed peace of mind.

You can also find a new registered agent through the state's business entity search tool.

2. Inform the State

To change the registered agent for a domestic LLC in Alaska, send the form 'Statement of Change' by mail to the Secretary of State.

Filing fee


Processing duration

10-15 days


Corporations Section

State Office Building,

333 Willoughby Avenue, 9th Floor

PO Box 110806, Juneau,

AK 99811-0806

Registered agent

A registered agent is an agent of your LLC on whom any notice, process or demand may be served. Every LLC in Alaska needs to have a registered agent located in the state.


According to Alaska Statutes § 10.50.055:

  • 1

    Registered agent can be an individual or an authorised organisation.

  • 2

    Registered agent must have a street address where they can personally receive service of process.

  • 3

    Office of Registered agent cannot be just a mailbox service of a telephone answering service.

Frequently asked questions

Business guides in Alaska

Registered agents are mandatory for almost all entities in Alaska including LLCs and corporations. Learn more about how these businesses are conducted in Alaska

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