Let LCS help you

form a New Mexico


Start your LLC

in New Mexico!

Let LCS be your

Registered Agent

(For Less - And we'll handle
  the paperwork!)

Register Your

New Mexico

LLC or Corporation


Welcome to Lawyers Company Service, Ltd.

Since 2003, we have been helping small business people start a New Mexico LLC or corporation.

Don’t have an experienced business lawyer on your team? We’re your next best option – our New Mexico attorneys and tax advisers can help get your company set up correctly.

Lawyers Company Service, Ltd. can also serve as your New Mexico registered agent.

If you don’t use a lawyer… use Lawyers Company Service!


Lawyers Company Service, Ltd. (LCS) specializes in New Mexico business formation and has been in business since 2003.

LCS offers a complete package of documents, ready to sign, for a corporation or limited liability company, including the articles of incorporation or organization filed with the New Mexico Secretary of State. Our service is ideal for the small business person needing to form a basic entity, or an accountant who is advising the small business.

LCS differs sharply from the “one-size-fits-all” 50-state services, like LegalZoom and Bizfilings. That is because we operate only in states where we have local attorneys on staff. The document forms we use are prepared, reviewed and updated by New Mexico attorneys and accountants, as to legal and tax matters.

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Most Recent Article

Business Asset Protection – Part 1 ½

Piercing the Corporate/LLC Veil, or 'Through the (Creditor's) Looking Glass'?

"What It Is?"

In Part 1 of Business Asset Protection, we took up 'Piercing the corporate (or LLC) veil.' As we stated there,

    'piercing the veil' … is a legal principle sometimes used by courts to ignore the normal liability shield associated with a corporation or LLC. What happens is that a creditor or claimant alleges the entity is being used for fraud or some other wrongful action affecting the creditor. If the court agrees, it might permit the creditor to satisfy its judgment against the assets of the owners of the corporation or LLC.

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