Though not legally required by law in the state of Pennsylvania, every corporation should consider drafting a set of corporate bylaws upon formation to solidify the internal organization of their business affairs. This agreement can prove to be the single most important legal document on file with your entity as it will provide a number of essential provisions which would otherwise remain undocumented. Things like general meetings, interest percentages, member shares, stock value, instructions upon dissolution will be contained in the bylaws. Since the Department of State has no requirement for corporations to file, it is upon the incorporators themselves to take the time to draft and implement this into their business structure. To view the free template that we have provided (available in MS Word and PDF formats), click on either link at the heading of this page or on the photo below.