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For Purpose Law Group provides full-service legal advice and counsel to nonprofit organizations, traditional businesses and social enterprises including Benefit & Social Purpose Corporations from legal formation through specific entity filing requirements, joint ventures, subsidiary formation, commercial co-ventures, mergers & acquisitions, liability protection, governance, organizational management, exemption reinstatements and – when necessary – dissolutions.

Our attorneys also focus on assisting individuals and families, of all shapes and sizes, with their estate planning needs. After all, your estate is more than just the money you’ve accumulated over time… it includes your loved ones, your business interests and your philanthropic and charitable endeavors.

For Purpose Law understands your purpose… and we have the expertise and the resources to help you grow your enterprise, protect your loved ones, and flourish!

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From the Blog

  • Governance: Invitation for Sector-Wide Discussion

    The Nonprofit Quarterly, led by editor Ruth McCambridge, regularly takes the lead in sparking innovative thought and reflection in the nonprofit sector. On April 16, 201, NPQ launched the newest topic for sector-wide discussion and consideration: Nonprofit Boards and Their Relevance in Governance: An Invitation......

  • New Unrelated Business Income Rules

    In last December’s overhaul of the federal tax code, lawmakers included four provisions directly affecting certain nonprofits. One of the new laws makes dramatic changes to Internal Revenue Code section 512(a), the unrelated business income tax (UBIT) rules.    Multiple Unrelated Businesses The key change......

  • Expenditure Responsibility: A Primer

    Over the 100 years or so that the United States has had a federal income tax, Congress has, from time to time, stepped back, evaluated the existing laws, and made significant revisions to the Internal Revenue Code. The Tax Reform Act of 1969 was one......

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