Michigan Attorneys Helping Nonprofits Fulfill Their Mission
Nearly every Non-Profit entity is driven by a mission to serve others. But to fulfill that mission, these organizations must make smart decisions that keep costs under control and avoid unnecessary expenses. Strategic planning and sound legal advice can be the difference between a struggling organization and a thriving one.
If you manage a nonprofit (or want to start one) here in Michigan, ATLAW is ready to facilitate your success by offering sound legal advice and services at reasonable rates. Contact our office to learn more in a free initial consultation.
Providing Effective Solutions For Our Nonprofit Clients
We provide a full spectrum of services to meet the unique needs of our nonprofit clients. Examples include:
- Counseling a group of individuals on forming a new nonprofit organization
- Assisting well-established organizations with implementation and maintenance of corporate structure in the areas of nonprofit governance, business and employment law
- Providing in-depth assistance and guidance to board members of nonprofit organizations so that they understand their numerous duties and obligations under both state and federal law
- Assisting clients in complying with the numerous regulations governing their organization and avoiding common mistakes that are easy to make, yet costly to rectify
There is considerable overlap between the for-profit and nonprofit worlds when it comes to sound operating procedures, cost-saving and efficiency measures, and legal compliance. Our attorneys are able to draw upon their real-world experience in both worlds to give nonprofit organizations the most relevant and helpful information available.
You Have A Mission. Let Us Help You Achieve It.
ATLAW is based in Dearborn, and we serve clients in the Detroit metro area and throughout Wayne County. To speak with one of our skilled and attentive attorneys about your organization’s legal needs, call us at 313-765-1868 to arrange a free initial consultation.
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