Because of their tax-exempt status, nonprofits frequently encounter unique situations. Our attorneys can help identify, evaluate, mitigate, and prevent risk by strategizing with clients to develop policies that prevent and manage those risks before they escalate.
Our attorneys have a thorough understanding of the particular legal matters that various nonprofit organizations face. Charities, foundations, museums, religious institutions, and other nonprofit entities benefit from the depth and breadth of our knowledge, as well as our ability to provide comprehensive, cost-effective counsel on matters that include:
We’re excited to support our nonprofit clients’ missions, and we know our services enable them to serve a higher purpose — to improve the community in which we live and work. When nonprofits face legal challenges, our attorneys partner with them to strategize innovative solutions. We also strive to advise nonprofits on appropriate, implementable preventative measures that may help avoid costly future legal actions.
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In order to gain an understanding of your needs and see if we can help, we set up a conversation. Once we can assess your situation and define the legal services and guidance you require, you have the opportunity to establish an attorney-client relationship.
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