• Delaware’s large body of business laws helps a company plan carefully to avoid a lawsuit.
  • Delaware’s Chancery Court oversees matters involving Delaware’s General Corporate Law and has a reputation as one of the finest courts in the country.
  • Chancery Court issues decisions without jury trials, so their decisions are written, well thought-out and easy to follow.
  • Legal textbooks rely heavily upon Delaware corporate case law to teach law students because of the well written opinions from the Delaware Judiciary, so most American corporate attorneys have studied Delaware corporate law.
  • The Delaware Division of Corporations generates a considerable amount of revenue for the State, so they have invested in state-of-the-art imaging equipment, and process new filings very quickly.
  • A handful of Delaware registered agents, including Delaware Intercorp, have direct connections to the Division of Corporation’s electronic database, and can file your corporation formation documents electronically.