All limited liability companies formed in the state of Nebraska should have an operating agreement drafted to designate the rules and regulations of the entity. The founding officers of the LLC would be wise to consider the benefits of relaying all necessary information into a binding agreement thus helping in the management of the company’s internal affairs. While this document is not legally required in Nebraska, it will often serve as the only legal evidence in relation to the responsibilities and rights of the members involved in the business. Have your attorney review this internal document before printing it off in PDF or MS Word format to incorporate into your business structure. All applicable members should then sign the document acknowledging consent to its terms.