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Home Q&A Forum Does a single member llc need an operating agreement?

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LLC Operating Agreement

Texas

Asked on Oct 5, 2022

Does a single member llc need an operating agreement?

I'm in Texas. I know operating agreements aren't required everywhere.

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Corporate

Texas

Answered 617 days ago

CRAIG C.

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Texas has no requirement for an operating agreement. However, I generally advise all LLCs to have one. If nothing else, it assists as part of the "paper trail" in proving that the LLC was a separate entity from the sole member and helps to maintain liability protection.

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