DOCUMENTATIONCertificate of Incorporation
What is a Certificate of Incorporation?
A Certificate of Incorporation is filed with the Delaware Secretary of State to form your new corporation. The certificate includes some important details about your company and the stock it can issue. The certificate also lists your registered agent.
What role does the Incorporator play in forming my startup's Delaware C-Corp
The "Incorporator" is a person who, under Delaware law, sets up the corporation and signs the Certificate of Incorporation.
Then, once your company formally appoints officers and directors, the role of the Incorporator is complete!
How do I generate a Certificate of Incorporation
Founders who incorporate using Symbola's free startup plan will generate this document during the Incorporation Workflow, and Symbola will file it with the Delaware Secretary of State on your behalf.