How to File a DBA in Oklahoma (3 Simple Steps)

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Step 1) Secure Brand Name & Get Registration Form

WebsiteFirst, use the Business Entities Search tool through the Sec. of State, then the TESS System within the U.S. Patent & Trademark office to ensure you have the right to obtain your chosen brand name.

Next, grab the Registration Form. You can use the Entity Filing page to select the form that you need on, everything is listed there.

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Step 2) Completely Fill-Out The Registration Form

Register an LLCAfter you’ve obtained a copy of the DBA registration form, the next step is to fill it out. The information you need to fill out will depend on the nature and the entity type of your business (LLC, Corporation, etc). The most basic requirements that you may need to prepare to include the following:

  • Complete name,
  • Complete address,
  • Contact number
  • Chosen trade name and,
  • Nature of your business.

Step 3) File Your Completely Filled-Out DBA Form

Mail in the FormBefore you proceed with the filing of your DBA form, recheck it a couple of times more to make sure that all entries are correct and true. This is an important step so take your time if you aren't working with a professional DBA filing service or your own legal counsel.

Along with your form, you have to include the filing fee of $25.

You can apply online or send your form through postal mail in this address:

Business Filing Department
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101
Oklahoma City OK 73105-4897

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