Do I Need an Attorney?
Dallas Nonprofit Law Firm
It is no secret that nonprofit establishments have been afforded favorable
tax treatment by state and federal government entities. This is provided
because true nonprofits are created to serve public interest rather than
the interest of the organization itself. However, qualifying for the tax
benefits when establishing the organization and maintaining legitimate
status with the government requires a degree of legal knowledge. Without
the proper legal help of an attorney, many groups may risk the loss of
their tax-exempt status.
At Perliski Law Group, our mission is to empower our clients with the information
and resources they need to make their organization successful.
There are several reasons you should consider hiring an attorney to help
your nonprofit get started:
- Proper nonprofit formation is critical to ensuring compliance with the
IRS and state and federal laws
- Legal scrutiny of federal tax law compliance will protect and secure tax-exempt status
- An attorney can help you avoid conflict of interest and disclosure complications
- Legal counsel is necessary to draft agreements and contracts with vendors
and service providers
These are just a few ways that a nonprofit lawyer can help you establish
and continue your nonprofit organizations.
At Perliski Law Group, we are committed to helping organizations including:
- Religious groups
- Private foundations
- Educational institutions and more
Our practice is set apart from other law firms because work is not limited
to the legal matters concerning our clients' organizations. We have
a sincere passion for the missions of our clients and it is our privilege
to contribute our knowledge of the law to further their special causes.
Let us help you protect your tax-exempt status by providing comprehensive
legal support for you nonprofit at affordable rates.
Contact Perliski Law Group today to learn more about how having a legal team on your side can help
your nonprofit. We provide free initial consultations. Call us today!