New York LLC Publication Service

  • LLC Legal Notices prepared in compliance with New York State Law

  • LLC Notices ran in 2 newspapers designated by County Clerk

  • Affidavits of Publication scanned and filed with New York Department of State

  • Certificate of Publication filed with New York Department of State

  • NYS Certificate of Publication Filing Fee included in flat fees listed below

  • Costs, tax and expenses all included in flat fees listed below for LLCs already set up

  • Copies of all confirmation paperwork emailed to you in .pdf format

  • Process takes approximately 3 months from start to finish

  • Publication fees based on advertising costs in each County. See flat fees below

  • Pay online with credit card or debit card


  • Albany $700

  • Allegany $700

  • Broome $700

  • Bronx $1700

  • Chautauqua $700

  • Clinton $700

  • Columbia $700

  • Cortland $700

  • Delaware $700

  • Dutchess $700

  • Erie $700

  • Essex $700

  • Franklin $700

  • Fulton $700

  • Genesee $700

  • Greene $700

  • Hamilton $700

  • Jefferson $700

  • Kings $1300

  • Livingston $700

  • Madison $700

  • Monroe $700

  • Montgomery $700

  • Nassau $900

  • New York $1700

  • Niagara $700

  • Onondaga $700

  • Orange $700

  • Putnam $900

  • Queens $1300

  • Rensselaer $700

  • Richmond $1300

  • Rockland $900

  • Saratoga $700

  • Schenectady $700

  • Suffolk $900

  • Tompkins $700

  • Ulster $700

  • Westchester $900

  • All others $700


What is the New York Publication Requirement?

New York LLC Law Section 206 requires that once an LLC is formed, it must publish 2 legal notices containing the date of formation, purpose of the entity, and other specific information about the new company for six consecutive weeks. The legal notices must be ran in 2 newspapers that are approved by the County Clerk in the county of the LLC's principal place of business. Once the notices have been ran, a Certificate of Publication accompanied by Affidavits of Publication must be filed with the New York Department of State. The process must be completed within 120 days in order for the LLC to maintain its authority to transact business.

The same requirement applies to PLLCs per New York LLC Law Section 1203 (2)(A). Foreign LLCs (formed in another state) are also required to comply with the New York publication requirement according to NY LLC Law Section 802 (b) once an Application for Authority is filed to transact business in the State of New York.