When forming a new corporation, it is always recommended that a corporate bylaw be drawn up to assist in the organization of the financial and logistical affairs of the company. This document, though not legally required, is key in establishing the manner in which the internal affairs of the corporation are to be managed and governed. The Articles of Incorporation in this state are not sufficient in properly relaying the manner in which the corporation is to function on a day to day basis. Take a look at the free template found linked below in MS Word and Adobe PDF formatting, to see if wouldn’t benefit you in drafting an agreement of your own. It is wise to seek legal advice when attempting to relay this information as this document can be used as evidence in the case of a legal dispute.