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Any business entity that is not doing business by the name registered with the Secretary of State must obtain a fictitious business name statement. Likewise, a person operating a sole proprietorship who holds him/herself out to the public as doing business as anything other than the legal name of the sole proprietor, needs a fictitious business name. A fictitious business name filing, also known as Doing Business As or “DBA,” is a registration obtained at the county level that lets the public know what name your business is “doing business as.” A business entity may operate multiple businesses under the same corporate structure, thereby requiring the registration for each separately named entity. At TRESTLE LAW, your attorney can help you through this process and obtain your fictitious business name statement today. CONTACT Kristen at TRESTLE LAW today to help you with your fictitious business name registration today.