The Houston Non-Profit Organization Law Firm has been advising business owners and non-profit organizations on a range of matters including Texas business organizations law, creating and negotiating commercial contracts, corporate governance, board of director roles and responsibilities, partnerships, risk management policy, and strategic planning for organizational growth.
We work with small and large organizations and tailor our services to the needs of each unique client. You’ll find that we offer clients a balance of sharp wit with creative and thoughtful business advice and legal solutions.
Across Texas concerned citizens are making a difference by forming nonprofit corporations to enhance American life. Organizations that support the arts and humanities; address issues of health, education and welfare; promote research or preserve our national heritage receive significant advantages once they are properly formed as charitable entities. The Houston Non-Profit Organization Law Firm would like to help launch your non-profit charity, ensuring that you receive the appropriate benefits, including:
Federal tax exemption Texas state tax exemption Property tax exemption Sales and use tax exemption
Houston Non-Profit Organization Specialists
We provide legal advice and counsel with respect to various aspects of nonprofit law, best practices, strategies to facilitate greater board participation and effectiveness in leading the organization, and protections against liability for nonprofit leaders. Our areas of focus include:
- Starting a Nonprofit Organization - Fiscal Sponsorship - Obtaining and maintaining tax exempt (and public charity) status - Nonprofit board duties and nonprofit corporate governance - Charitable solicitation activities and registration requirements - Advocacy & Lobbying - Nonprofit risk management - Earned income strategies and unrelated business income tax (UBIT) - Organizational structuring (chapters, affiliates, subsidiaries) - Collaborations and joint ventures - Nonprofit Mergers & Acquisitions - International philanthropy - Private foundation laws - Dissolution - Social Enterprises
Houston Non-Profit Organization Cases
The Houston Non-Profit Organization Attorney Law Firm believes that healthy nonprofits are more effective at creating positive change. We help create and maintain legally compliant non-profits that have strong foundations on which to build great programs. And we provide practical and affordable counsel, giving leaders reassurance and confidence to best further their valuable missions.
Retaining the services of the right attorney who is experienced at working with nonprofits and is on top of the rapidly changing landscape of nonprofit laws can result in the following benefits:
More effective governance and support to the organization by the board. Less exposure to liability (to the organization and its individual managers and directors). Greater confidence and efficiency in operations. Improved recruiting of executive staff and board members. Expanded opportunities for lobbying and earned income.
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To learn how your nonprofit may benefit from intelligent, responsive, and affordable counsel from nonprofit attorneys focused on helping nonprofits, contact The Houston Non-Profit Attorney Law Firm today.
To discuss your options with one of our experienced attorneys, contact one of our conveniently located offices in Houston, Texas, to schedule a personalized FREE consultation.
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