These are just a few of the provisions you might want to include in your company agreement. You can write a company agreement yourself, but many find it helpful to work with an online legal service provider to ensure that the agreement meets the expectations and needs of members and the company. Once you have concluded your company agreement, you do not have to submit it to your state. Keep it for your documents and give copies to the members of your LLC. A company agreement can be structured or unstructured as members deem necessary. Some elements should be considered: a company agreement can be designed to define the procedures by which the LLC is to operate, as well as any other provisions that are not defined in the original founding articles. The executive member(s) must sign the contract and keep it for personal documentation. Note that it is not necessary to establish a company agreement under state law and therefore it is not necessary to submit it to the Division of Corporations. . . .