FRAZIER PARK, CA (Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m.)—The Mountain Enterprise newspaper announced on Tuesday, Jan. 20 that its Fictitious Business Name publishing fee is the lowest in Kern County. “We’ve lowered the cost for publishing a Fictitious Business Name Statement (FBNS) in an effort to help Kern County businesses get started,” said publisher Gary Meyer. The Mountain Enterprise also publishes general legal notices, such as Name Change, Trustee’s Sale notice, Lien Sale, Service of Process, Petition to Administer Estate, and others. Any legal notice required to be published in Kern County can be published in The Mountain Enterprise.
Here’s your guide to publishing your Fictitious Business Name Statement:
The new prices are:
$19 Fictitious Business Name Statement (includes up to three business names on the same statement)
$6 Each additional business name beyond three business names on the same statement.
$19 Abandonment of Fictitious Business Name
How to get your Fictitious Business Name:
1) File your FBN Statement with Kern County Clerk’s office — information and forms are available at: https://www.co.kern.ca.us/ctyclerk/dba/default.asp
2) Call The Mountain Enterprise newspaper office at 661-245-3794 and provide information from the “PUBLISH” copy of the statement paperwork. We’ll confirm your deadline and our next publish date (each Friday). You will be scheduling the statement to be published for four (4) consecutive weeks. As long as your first date of publication is within 30 days of your county filing date, you’ll be in compliance with Kern County’s deadline.
3) Send your “PUBLISH” copy to The Mountain Enterprise via either fax (661-245-5620) or scan and email it to email@example.com
4) Provide credit card payment over the phone to The Mountain Enterprise at 661-245-3794
5) Your Fictitious Business Name Statement will begin its publication run in the next edition!
6) After the final (fourth) publication, we will send the affidavit of publication to the Kern County Clerk’s office.
That’s it! Pretty easy, eh?
Call us if you have questions: 661-245-3794.
This is part of the January 16, 2015 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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