I don't think that would solve my problem.
1.) Trademark: You can't register a Trademark as a company, only as an individual.
2.) Domain Name: You can't register a Domain Name as a company, only as an individual. Plus, even though you can change contact info, it is possible to see who the original applicant was.
3.) Incorporation: A company cannot Incorporate another company - as far as I know.
My issue is that in this digital world, more and more of your info get put on the Internet forever. (In the good ol' days, if you wanted to know stuff, you'd have to go down to the County Clerk or Secretary of State, but now it is easily Googled.)
I don't want people to know my Physical Address, and I'm not so crazy about them even knowing my Name, although I guess that goes hand-in-hand with business ownership.
I don't see why a Corporation cannot register a Trademark or a Domain Name, but it cannot.
(I wonder how Steve Jobs and Bill Gates did it?! Certainly they run everything through a lawyer, and don't give out their personal info.)
Using a "Registered Agent" and a "Registered Office" doesn't work in the beginning because of the onership issues you brought up.
If I register a Trademark or Domain as John Doe then I own them but my info is eternally on public display.
If my attorney registered a Trademark or Domain, then my info is safe but it seems like he owns both.
There must be some way to have my cake and eat it too?! :nono: