For those leading not for profit corporations, it can be hard to face the end. But the end comes for many not-for-profits and for many different reasons. No one likes to oversee the end or do the thankless work of winding up a not-for-profit corporation. If you are leading a not-for-profit corporation and have the unenviable task of winding it up and dissolving it, here are seven things to be aware of:
If your not-for-profit corporation would like assistance with the many legal issues that arise when winding up and dissolving the corporation, the attorneys at Dalton & Tomich are here to help.
The attorneys of Dalton & Tomich, PLC have the experience and the knowledge to work with you to develop a legal solution that helps accomplish your goals. Our collaborative approach has helped leaders like you grow businesses and banks, develop and expand churches, and build nonprofit organizations nationwide.
In my role as Administrative Bishop for the Church of God, quite often we are faced with issues that involve local governments and municipalities. Many of these issues that arise in dealing with entities are land use related. I have found Dalton & Tomich’s experience and expertise in this area to be a valuable resource and asset in every situation.
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