Religious, charitable and nonprofit organizations face many of the same legal situations as for-profit businesses, but they also have special requirements. ___________ has represented religious, charitable and other nonprofit groups for many years, and we have in-depth understanding of the unique needs of these organizations.
Our firm has incorporated many churches in Connecticut and assisted boards, clergy members and other responsible parties in understanding their rights and duties as corporate citizens of Connecticut.
Many of our attorneys are actively involved with local charitable and non-profit organizations. This gives us insight into the nature of nonprofit operations and allows us to provide proper guidance as both routine and unforeseen legal issues arise.