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Not for Profit Corporations

Attention to the details that matter

Our team of lawyers led by Timothy Brownlee represent a wide variety of Not for Profit Organizations including large church and religious organizations, professional societies, trade associations, educational organizations, charitable foundations, parent organizations, youth sports groups, and community assistance groups. We routinely advise on issues regarding incorporation, governance and tax exemption. The Not for Profit practice group has assisted these corporations from the beginning of their formation, through the tax exemption recognition process and handled all ongoing governance issues.

We have successfully defended and prosecuted property tax appeal decisions against various county assessors. Our team’s ability to professionally and persuasively communicate with the tax appeal boards has proven to be extremely beneficial to our clients and the people that they serve.

Our firm has experience assists all variety of Not for Profit Organizations with the state and federal tax exemption recognition process. Rita Hoop has substantial experience in the preparation of the arduous Federal 501(c)3 application process that allows Not for Profit organizations to be recognized as tax exempt.

Our litigation team including Timothy Brownlee and Rita Hoop have represented various Non for Profit organizations related to employment issues, contract disputes, real estate transactions and various other business related issues. Our team never forgets the mission of our client and the need for the legal services to be as cost effective as possible due to the nature of our client and their unique goals.

Our firm can guide you through any issues affecting your Not for Profit Organization including:

  • Nonprofit corporate law
  • Nonprofit corporate governance
  • Tax exemption
  • Nonprofit compensation
  • Charitable giving
  • Nonprofit business transactions
  • Legislative and policy developments

 

 

 

Group Members

Rita L. Hoop