3 Simple Steps
Use the guide below to file a DBA or have a professional service do it for you:
– LegalZoom ($99 + state fee) for the most popular DBA filing service available.
– CorpNet ($108 + state fee) for a more personalized DBA filing service.
First, use the NE Corporate & Business Search page to see if there are any other brand names like the one you want, or that are even similar. Also, if applicable, check the TESS System through the U.S. Patent Office to check for any trademark conflicts.
Once you’ve secured your brand name, head on over to the Secretary of State’s website and download the Application for Registration of Trade Name.
If you do not have official legal counsel and you aren’t working with a professional DBA filing service, PLEASE double and triple check every entry and understand what they mean/represent. The following information is required in the Nebraska DBA form:
Also enclosed in the form are the specific instructions on how to publish a legal notice for the trade name. Be sure to observe these statutory requirements to ensure that your application is approved.
The final step to filing a DBA in Nebraska is to get your application notarized by an authorized individual and then submit it. The address where you need to send it is on the form.
Remember to include the filing fee of $100, payable to the Nebraska Secretary of State. And with that you’re all set and just waiting for notification. Once you’ve got the green light, you’re officially the owner of a DBA in Nebraska.
If you’d like help filing a Nebraska DBA, feel free to read our reviews of the two most popular services.