Texas Professional LLC (PLLC) Overview
What is a PLLC?
A "professional limited liability company" or PLLC is a type of limited liability company that is created for the purpose of providing a professional service. Generally speaking, a "professional service" is any type of service that requires a license from the state.
Classic examples of "professional service" providers would be architects, attorneys, CPAs, dentists, physicians, and veterinarians.
Should your business be a PLLC?
What kinds of businesses are required to use a PLLC?
What rules govern Texas PLLCs?
Chapter 301 of the Texas Business Organizations Code sets out the rules related to PLLCs and other professional entities.
Can I convert my Texas LLC to a Texas PLLC?
What are the benefits of using a PLLC?
Can a Texas PLLC be owned by one person?
A Texas PLLC can be owned by 1 person (aka a single-member LLC), but can also have multiple owners.
Can a Texas PLLC be governed by a unlicensed professional?
Zachary Copp, Esq.
Mr. Copp is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and the founder of the Copp Law Firm. He has been licensed in Texas for 19 years and has personally formed over 3,000 Texas LLCs since 2015. He was recognized as a Rising Star by SuperLawyers® for seven straight years. See full bio →