Form Your Wyoming LLC

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Olsen Legal Group, LLC has extensive experience in assisting clients with planning and forming limited liability companies. Representative Jared Olsen is the author and primary sponsor of Wyoming's Series Limited Liability Company Act (2018).

Olsen Legal Group, LLC's experienced business attorneys can help you form a Wyoming Limited Liability Company. Whether you need a Close Limited Liability Company, General Limited Liability Company, or the newly authorized Series Limited Liability Company, our business attorneys are equipped to help you understand your options and assist you with the creation of your new company.

At Olsen Legal Group, LLC we pride ourselves in the relationships we build with our clients. Our client-centered approach starts with us offering legal advice not otherwise provided by document creation companies and online document production services.


In addition to business formation, Olsen Legal Group can assist you with preparing and understanding Annual Meeting Minutes, Secretary of State Annual Reports, Corporate Resolutions, and various Contracts/Agreements.

Our business attorneys are also ready to assist you in forming or incorporating your Corporation, Close Corporation, S Corporation, C Corporation, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability Partnership, Nonprofit Corporation, or other form of business entity in the State of Wyoming.

Our business attorneys have experience with:

  • Formation of limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, and corporations.
  • Operating agreement drafting and amendments.
  • Stock purchases and buy/sell stockholder agreements.
  • Transfers out of Wyoming and domestications.
  • Registered agent services for domestic and foreign entities through 307 Registered Agent Services, LLC.

Blockchain Business Planning

A blockchain is a type of distributed ledger-like an Excel® spreadsheet, for example-that is shared across a business network. Similar to a database, it maintains a continuously growing list of data records or transactions. However, a blockchain provides additional benefits: it is shared publicly, decentralized, secure, trusted, and automated.