fbpx

Attorneys for Land Use,
Property and Business Law

Partners to Religious Organizations, Property Owners and Businesses

Nonprofits

Your nonprofit organization exists to support and advance your mission. You and your board believe in it. You toil for it. You live it.

But without a partner with the legal knowledge to help you effectively structure the organization, run it and navigate the inevitable bumps in the road, your chances to fulfill the mission are slim. Even for organizations that started on their own, there always comes a time when a nonprofit needs an attorney.

Counsel from a skilled nonprofit attorney can help drastically minimize risk, save resources and expand your ability to make an impact. Dalton & Tomich, PLC attorneys have worked with nonprofit organizations around the country to accomplish just that. We provide counsel to churches, schools, community organizations and more.

Our legal services for nonprofit organizations include:

  • general counsel and advice
  • nonprofit formation and organization
  • governing documents, bylaws and operating agreements
  • tax exemption and preparing tax documents
  • employment law, handbooks and other documents
  • contracts
  • leases
  • litigation

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.

Speak With an Attorney

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.