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Relationship LLCs -Now There Is A New Way To Tie The Knot. It is our position that limited liability companies, "LLCs", may prove to be the new marriage model. Marriage is presently available only to one man and one woman. LLCs are available to everyone, couples (of any sexual mix) who wish to pursue life together, a single parent family and groups of friends. Marriage is based on family law, limited liability companies are based on partnership law and the legal arrangement its "members" agree to.

Relationship LLC ® (RLLC ™) is a term we created to refer to limited liability companies created by people who generally are not married but who want a legally recognized relationship between them. A relationship which would be a legal business entity that could buy property, provide health insurance to its members, obtain credit cards, serve as the couple's consulting company (Put Your Relationship LLC To Work), lease a car, file a tax return as a partnership and, in general, engage in any legitimate business.

Limited Liability Companies are not taxed when classified as a partnership, rather the members pay tax, at the personal income rate, on the money which they receive from the limited liability company. An LLC can be viewed as a partnership which has the advantage of a corporation in that the members/partners are not liable for the debts of the LLC, nor are they liable to each other.

LLCs are recognized by all fifty states, the federal government and internationally. .
"The origin of this relatively new institution is generally attributed to the German Law of 1892, authorizing the Gesellschaft mit beschrnkter Haftung...Once established in Germany, the concept of the LLC had a very active and fast growth... Within a short period of time after enactment in Germany, the following countries joined the limited liability bandwagon: Portugal (1917); Brazil (1919); Chile (1923); France (1925); Turkey (1926); Cuba (1929); Argentina (1932); Uruguay (1933); Mexico (1934); Belgium (1935); Switzerland (1936); Italy (1936); Peru (1936); Columbia (1937); Costa Rica (1942); Guatemala (1942); and Honduras (1950). 13 Univ Pitt L Rev 193 (1952)."
Reportedly, half of all conventional marriages will end in divorce.  Several states are investigating ways of making marriages more stable.   Some of the remedies being investigated are counseling before marriage and marriage contracts which do not allow for divorce. 

It is our position that the way to strengthen marriage is to eliminate SEX as a component of the contract, the parties contracting should be able to handle sex without the state's assistance.  There is no real need for the state to be in the business of promoting contracts for sex.  There is clearly a benefit to be gained from the state promoting responsibility and stable relationships between people who care about each other, there is also a benefit to be gained from NOT having the welfare of children at the mercy of the current institution of marriage.

At least one researcher has claimed that the key to a successful marriage is the partners being friends, i.e liking each other independent of lusting after each other.  Creating a Relationship LLC with your partner is a statement that your feelings for your partner(s) are beyond lust, that you actually LIKE the other person.  

This web site gives a general overview of all the various ideas relating to the Relationship LLC concept.   At this site you will find information which will allow you to (a) create a legally recognized relationship with your partner(s) which you can also use as a legal business; (b) get a free web site with free email addresses; (c) find leads to creating partnerships and associations with companies on the internet that will pay you for referring visitors to their sites.  Using Synetergy, your RLLC can operate a 24-hour music and book store on a free commercial web site.
Relationship LLCs , by definition, cannot be created in an attempt to "legitimize" a sexual arrangement (Gay or Straight) and cannot be used for an illegal, immoral, or unethical purpose.  We do not endorse the idea of transferring all of your assets to the LLC, rather we endorse the idea of treating your RLLC as a business which will act as (a) producer of a commercial web site; (b) the financial planner of your relationship; and for (c) engaging in any other legal business which you are interested in engaging in.   The idea is that your RLLC and therefore your relationship, would serve as an additional source of income.
The Delaware Strategy.  Delaware is the Official Home of Relationship LLCs. With all RLLCs being formed in Delaware, we believe that it would be possible to standardize tax and legal information and provide for support which all may be able to share at a much reduced cost. Delaware is The Corporate Choice.
"Invoking the feminist writer Martha Fineman, American University law professor Nancy Polikoff argues that organizing society around sexually connected people is wrong; the more central units are dependents and their caretakers." Fenton Johnson, Wedded To An Illusion, Harpers November 1996.
In Arabia at the time of Mohammed, the word for marriage was Nikah, which literally meant sexual intercourse. In the Koran it was also used to mean a contract. Marriage thus was conceived of as a contract for sexual intercourse. (Fustel de Coulanges 1973, 89-90, 107; Bullough 1974, 67, 141; Snodgrass 1980, 79)."   Comparative Family Systems", The Course Sociology/Anthropology 495, by Dr. Judy Maynard
  • LLC-USA is a site which discusses LLCs. It has a comparison of LLCs to other business structures as well as links to state department of state agencies where you can obtain free information about LLCs.

  • Strategies for Using the LLC - This is the Asset Protection Web site of Robert J. Mintz

  • A non citizen may be a member of an LLC. Members of LLCs may be actual live humans, corporations, Non-Profit corporations, or other LLCs, there is no limit on how many entities may be members of a LLC. "Limited Liability Companies for Foreign Investors". By Stanley Mailman, Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke LLP.

  • With an LLC, members may decide how the money which the LLC receives is to be distributed. For example, if the LLC receives $50,000 in income and the members decide that the income is to be distributed 50/50, then each member will report $25,000 as income rather than one member reporting $50,000 as income.

  • Married couples are using LLCs and limited partnerships to create family partnerships for estate planning purposes "Family Partnerships"?

  • LLC Scenario ----Four Couples in New York notice that if you combine the amount of money they are paying to rent apartments in New York City that they can easily buy a building and rent out the apartments that they do not occupy. The Four Couples create a limited liability company that buys an apartment building, the LLC agreement entitled them to occupy the apartments they live in and the proceeds that the LLC receives from renting the other apartments is distributed equally between the four couples.

  • Must Read ---- "WEDDED TO AN ILLUSION" by Fenton Johnson, Harper's Magazine/November 1996 . "Rather than consider the control of sexual behavior as a primary goal of marriage, why not leave issues of monogamy to the individuals and focus instead on marriage as the primary (though not the only) means whereby two people help each other and their dependents through life? "

  • San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Tuesday, March 7, 1995. By: ROBERT L. SOMMERS - TAX MAN -- A Better Deal for Small Firms in California, Best features of partnerships, corporations. "The LLC also provides estate planning opportunities since trusts and estates, including revocable living trusts, may own a membership interest. This makes an LLC an excellent investment vehicle for unmarried couples, families or friends who invest together, since they decide how to share their income and losses. And by using revocable living trusts, probate will be avoided upon an individual's death."

  • Durable Power of Attorney Clause as part of LLC -- Many unmarried couples execute durable power of attorney agreements to cover such things as visiting a partner in the hospital or to cover situations where a partner is incapacitated. One attorney on the ABA's LNET-LLC mailing list stated : "Our 'standard' form contains a durable power of attorney in favor of the managers (or other members if member-managed). The main goal is to permit the designee to do such things as file amendments to articles or register to transact business in new jurisdictions, as may be required from time to time. However, we generally grant power to do just about anything except reduce another member's rights to distributions or vote on behalf of another member. For the latter items, I would also suggest a durable power that is extrinsic to the LLC operating agreement." Another attorney cautioned: "Be careful that your power of attorney clauses do not violate your IRS 7701 classification positions. Any side agreement to dictate the outcome of a vote or a position prior to that event is very dangerous."

  • "Unwed But Not Unwise", By Robert L. Sommers, San Francisco Examiner. "Unmarried couples with substantial assets and investments should consider combining an LLC with two revocable living trusts."




State Contacts: for free info on LLCs
624 State Office Building
Montgomery, AL 36130
Division of Banking, Securities and Corporations
P.O. Box 110808
Juneau, AK 99811-0808
Arizona Corporation Commission
State of Arizona
1200 West Washington
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Corporation Division
State Capital Building
 Little Rock, AR 72201
Office of the Secretary of State
 Limited Liability Company Unit
P.O. Box 944228
 Sacramento, CA 94244-2280
Office of the Secretary of State
1650 Broadway
Denver, CO 80202
1-303-894-2200 ext. 349
Office of the Secretary of State
30 Trinity Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Office of the Secretary of State
Corporations Department
Townsend Building
Dover, DE 19901
Council of the District of Columbia
Office of the General Counsel
Washington, DC 20004
Florida Department of State
Division of Corporations
P.O. Box 6327
Tallahassee, FL 32314
Office of Secretary of State
306 West Tower
2 M.L. King, Jr. Drive
Atlanta, GA 30334
Secretary of State
Commercial Affairs
Boise, ID 83720
Office of Secretary of State
359 Howlett Building
Springfield, IL 62756
Office of the Secretary of State
Hoover Building
Des Moines, IA 50319
Office of the Secretary of State
State House, Room 155
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Secretary of State
2nd Floor, State Capitol
300 S.W. 10th Ave.
Topeka, KS 66612-1594
Director of Corporations
State Capitol Building, Room 150
Frankfort, KY 40601-3493
Office of the Secretary of State
P.O. Box 94125
Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9125
Director of Corporations
Station #101, Room #221, S.O.B.
Augusta, ME 04333
Corporate Charter Division
301 West Preston Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Secretary of the Commonwealth
Corporations Division
One Ashburton Place, 17th Floor
Boston, MA 02108
1-617-727-9440 (recorded messages)
1-617-727-9640 (corporations)
1-617-727-2859 (limited partnerships)
Department of Commerce
P.O. Box 30222
Lansing, Michigan 48909
Office of the Secretary of State
100 Constitution Ave., 180 State Office Bldg.
St. Paul, MN 55155-1299
Secretary of State
Business Services
P.O. Box 136
Jackson, MS 39205-0136
Secretary of State
P.O. Box 1159
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Chief Corporations Bureau
State Capitol - R 225
Helena, MT 59601
Corporation Division
State Capitol, #1301
Lincoln, NE 68509
Secretary of State
Capitol Complex
Carson City, NV 89710
Secretary of State
State House Annex, 3rd Floor
Concord, NH 03301
Division of Commercial Recording
CN 308
Trenton, NJ 08625
State Corporation Department
P.O. Drawer 1269
Santa Fe, NM 87504-1269
Secretary of State
162 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12231
Secretary of State
300 N. Salisbury Street
Raleigh, N.C. 27603-5909
Corporations Division
800 East Boulevard Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58505-0500
Director of Corporations
30 E. Broad Street, 14th Floor
Columbus, OH 43266-0418
Secretary of State
101 State Capitol
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Secretary of State
255 Capitol Street, NE
Suite 151
Salem, OR 97310 -1327
Office of the Secretary of State
State of Rhode Island
100 North Main Street
Providence, RI 02903-1335
Secretary of State
P.O. Box 11350
Columbia, SC 29211
Office of the Secretary of State
Capitol Building, 2nd Floor
Pierre, SD 57501
Corporation Section
18th Floor, James K. Polk Building
Nashville, TN 37243-0306
Secretary of State
P.O. Box 13697
Austin, TX 78711-3697
Division of Corporations
P.O. Box 45801
Salt Lake City, UT 84145-0801
State Corporation Commission
P.O. Box 1197
 Richmond, VA 23209
Office of Secretary of State

505 East Union, 2nd Floor
P.O. Box 40234
Olympia, WA 98504-0234
Corporations Division
State Capitol
Charleston, WV 25305
1-304-558-8000 ext. 39
Office of Secretary of State
Corporations Division
30 West Mifflan
 Madison, WI 53703
LLC Division
Office of the Secretary of State

Capitol Building
Cheyenne, WY 82002


Relationship LLC®
The Only Brand of It's Kind

mice2.jpg (15341 bytes)When it comes to communicating the concept of relationships as legal business entities, Relationship LLC is the only brand of its kind.   Relationship LLCs (tm) are recognized all over the world, giving its members a legal relationship in whatever state or country they may chose to reside.  There is now a new market for LLC formation, for business checking accounts, debit cards, investment services, estate planning services, asset protection advice, business tax advice/preparation and many other products and services.  The demand for free commerical web sites is set to explode due to the requirement that people forming Relationship LLCs (tm) maintain commercial web sites on the internet making use of Synetergy.

The Relationship LLC registered trademark and associated copyrighted logos and designs are available for licensing.  Contact us at or

PUBLIC NOTICE:  Public Notice is made that Relationship, L.L.C. 's  business model is  original, unique and that it promotes social order.  The Relationship LLC believes that its business model is protected by U.S. Intellectual Property Laws.


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