Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement
Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement
Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement
Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement

Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement

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Ready to protect your LLC?

The Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement (LLC Agreement) is the foundation of your LLC. It lays out the legal terms that govern your business by outlining how your LLC is run and each member’s rights and responsibilities.

Whether you have a single-member LLC or a multi-member LLC, the Operating Agreement is where everyone will for guidance when there is a major business issue.

Have a multi-member LLC? Then you’ll definitely need this agreement to structure your business arrangement. Think of the Operating Agreement as your go-to guide for your LLC.

This template contains:

  • Quick Instructions
  • LLC Formation information 
  • Terms
  • Initial Owner Contributions
  • Profit/Losses
  • Indemnification
  • Records
  • Reports
  • Dissolution 


And so much more!

Who is this template for?

All LLC Owners!

Business Owners who have an LLC without an Operating Agreement

Multi-Member LLC’s who need an Operating Agreement to define ownership and management for their members

How do I use my template?

Simple! Purchase this template, fill in a few blanks with your business information and you’re ready to go. All done!


Can I edit the Templates?

Absolutely! The templates are provided as word documents and are yours to edit at will. These templates are made to be simple, fill in the blank solutions to quickly fulfill your business's legal needs.

Can I hire E consulting services? Is it a law firm?

No. E consulting services is not a law firm. It’s an online store created to provide DIY legal templates along with other digital templates, business guides, and resources for small businesses, online brands, and entrepreneurs.

Many small business owners find lawyers to be expensive, time-consuming and even intimidating. This is a less expensive do-it-yourself alternative to risky sub-par internet templates or going without legal protection if you’re not ready to hire an attorney.

Does that contract apply in my state? Are these templates only for U.S. based businesses?

The contract templates and website terms are based on general contract laws in the United States. The basic U.S. tenets of what forms a contract (offer, acceptance, something of value being exchanged, such as cash for services, etc.) are generally acknowledged and accepted by all U.S. States.

However, as each state has its own case law and statutes, our contract templates are easily editable if need be should you choose to hire an attorney to ensure state and local compliance.

If you cannot afford an attorney, these contract templates can provide the basic terms of an agreement between you and another party which is a lot better than a handshake deal or verbal agreement.

And yes, these contract templates are intended for U.S. based business owners only.

What is the refund policy?

Due to the non-returnable nature of digital products, all products are sold as-is and are generally non-refundable.

May I share my contract template?

No. Each template provides the purchaser with 1 License per use. So, while sharing is not allowed, feel free to direct your friends our way.

What if I have a problem with my order?

Please contact us so that we may assist you with issues with your order.


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E Contracting Services is not a law firm and will not provide legal services or legal advice on the use of its products. No attorney-client relationship is formed via use of this website for any reason including viewing content or purchasing products.

The products sold on E Contracting Services are prepared for the general public and are designed for DIY or do it yourself use. If you require specific modifications to our templates, detailed explanation, legal advice or strategy, hire an attorney in your jurisdiction to assist you.