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If you are on the board of a nonprofit organization or otherwise engaged in leading a charitable institution, you surely know that there are some situations in which the advice and counsel of an experienced attorney can prove invaluable. Many nonprofit organizations, however, do not realize the full extent to which a skilled nonprofit attorney can help drastically minimize risk, save resources and advance a philanthropic mission.

Dalton & Tomich, PLC attorneys have worked with nonprofit organizations around the country to accomplish just that. Some of the ways we can help your organization include forming a nonprofit, preparing tax documents, employment documents, contracts and leases, intellectual property, and litigation. We work with many different types of nonprofits and have experience working with organizations of all sizes. One of our more unique niches is in supporting nonprofits utilizing donation bins in First Amendment Free Speech litigation.

For more information on how the nonprofit attorneys of Dalton & Tomich, PLC can assist your organization in advancing its mission, read our blog on when a nonprofit needs an attorney.

We can help you meet your goals.

The attorneys of Dalton & Tomich, PLC have the experience and the knowledge to work with you to develop a legal solution that helps you accomplish your goals.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Yes. There are federal guidelines that determine whether or not an organization can qualify as tax-exempt. We will explain these rules to you, and if necessary help you make any adjustments you need in order to qualify.

Yes, we represent nonprofits in litigation in both federal and state courts. Our attorneys are experienced litigators.

These are uncomfortable and complex issues. It is important that you sit with our professionals and tell us the full scope of the issue so we can devise a plan of action to protect you individually and help guide the board back to its mission.