Business License Service Packages

Business License Compliance Package(BLCp)TM

We provide you with all the licensing requirements and forums.

With our “Business License Compliance Package” we tell you which licenses, permits, and tax registrations you need for your type and place of business, and provide the actual applications.
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2. Enter information about your business
3. Experienced CorpNet licensing experts research your business
4. Receive a customized CorpNet Business License Compliance Package (BLCP)™
5. Fill out forms and mail to addresses provided

Form Preparation Service

We prepare all your licensing paperwork,and deliver it to you signature-ready.

Our “Business License Preparation Service” will provide you with every business license, permit, and tax registration required for your business, pre-filled with your information and ready-to-file!

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2. Enter information about your business
3. Experienced CorpNet licensing experts research your business
4. Receive customized and PRE-FILLED business license applications
5. Sign documents and mail to addresses provided

Full Licensing Service

We obtain for you ALL required licenses.

We determine your licensing requirements, prepare and fill out all the necessary forms, submit the applications to the various licensing authorities on your behalf, and ensure that you receive all the necessary licenses, permits, and tax registrations.

If you plan to open or take over a funeral home, as the business owner, it’s your responsibility to first obtain a mortuary license. Your state business license board has certain requirements for licensing funeral directors and other mortuary employees, so check to see what you need to do to get your funeral license approved.

When to Apply for a Funeral License

There are several scenarios when it is necessary to apply for your mortuary license:

  1. You open a new funeral home or mortuary
  2. You relocate your funeral home
  3. You take over ownership of a funeral home

In each of these cases, you need to either apply for a new funeral license or update the information on your existing one.

Educational Requirements

To work as an undertaker or funeral home director, you may be required to take certain continuing education courses. These courses will prepare you for the obstacles and challenges you’ll face in the undertaking industry, including:

  • Gerontology
  • Psychology
  • Death and dying
  • Comparative religion

Once you have completed the required educational courses, you may also be required to work as a residential trainee or intern to gain on-the-job training. The state of Michigan, for example, requires one year of resident training, 25 embalmings and a variety of practical applications associated with funeral services before it will award a funeral license.

At the end of all your training, you’ll take a funeral license exam to test you on the knowledge you’ve gained.

Getting Your Mortuary License

Actually getting your mortuary license is a relative breeze, after all the education, training, work, and testing you’ve done! Make sure to apply for your funeral building license long before you plan to open your funeral home, as you’ll need to allow for time for the application to be processed. Find out as well how often you will need to renew the license, and if there are other business licenses, permits & tax forms you need.