Welcome to the “LLC Operations Manual – Arizona’s LLC Laws & How to Comply with the Law so Creditors Cannot Pierce the Veil & Hold Owners Liable for the LLC’s Debts” written by Arizona LLC attorneys Richard Keyt, JD, LL.M. (income tax) and his son former CPA Richard C. Keyt, JD, MS (accounting).

This website is a membership site, which means that most of the contents of the 170+ page LLC Operations Manual may be accessed only by people who are members of an LLC or PLLC formed by the Keyts.  Complete our online LLC formation questionnaire to hire the Keyts to form an Arizona LLC or PLLC.

What You will Learn in This eBook

  • Arizona LLC law so a court won’t pierce the veil & hold the members liable for the LLC’s debts.
  • The four possible ways an LLC can be taxed under federal income tax law.
  • How to create membership interests that are separate property or community property with right of survivorship.
  • How to sign contracts so the LLC is liable rather than the person signing.
  • The records all Arizona LLCs must keep per Arizona LLC law.
  • The rights every LLC member has under Arizona LLC law.
  • How to document loans to the LLC to avoid the IRS re-characterizing the loans as capital contributions.
  • 70+ additional LLC operational topics.

Richard Keyt’s Credentials

Richard Keyt began practicing business and real estate law and forming companies in Arizona in 1980.  Since 2002 (when Richard Keyt started counting) he has formed 9,000+ Arizona limited liability companies.

Years ago Richard realized that people forming and operating Arizona LLCs ask the same questions over and over and that he could avoid a lot of time on the phone by writing a book about creating and running Arizona limited liability companies that has the answers to the most common questions people ask about forming and operating Arizona LLCs.

Rarely does somebody ask Richard a question about Arizona LLCs that is not answered in the Arizona LLC Operations Manual, but whenever it happens Richard adds the question and answer to the eBook.  If you have a question about forming or operating an Arizona LLC that is not covered in the LLC Operations Manual, send Richard an email ([email protected]) or call him (480-664-7478).