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Response: The legal activities involved in becoming a wedding coordinator are related to the local business regulations in your city or county. If you plan to work from home, you may need a home business permit. You will need to register your business name with your state or county office that handles business registries. If you choose to operate as anything other than a sole proprietorship, you will need to file the necessary paperwork with your state agency that handles business registrations. To find out how to start a business in your area, visit your nearest Small Business Administration office or a Small Business Development Center, located at colleges and universities around the country.

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