Making the world a better place isn’t easy. Our firm helps board members, staff, volunteers, and donors keep their focus on their mission by protecting the business side of their organization. There are a number of steps it takes in creating a Florida not-for-profit corporation.
Solid foundations are what make successful nonprofit organizations. Beyond the tax status, not-for-profit organizations have many business law needs. These vary from employment matters, real estate, contracts, public relations, technology, fundraising, insurance, and intellectual property. For example, nonprofit organizations may qualify for exemption from some Florida taxes.
“Fighting the good fight” is hard work, but it’s easier when you have an experienced nonprofit lawyer at your side.
Let our firm’s experienced attorneys help you with your Florida Not-For-Profit.
We care about the people we serve. If you are thinking about starting a charity, currently serve or advise a non-profit, or are faced with a legal question we can help. Contact the lawyers at at Woodward, Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan to learn how.