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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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  • New Guidance for Nonprofits Making Corporate Changes

    Many nonprofit organizations thrive year after year in the same location with the same mission, structure, activities, and operations. For others, though, large or small changes may be necessary or desirable; they and their advisors need to know if – and how – they must......

  • Gifts in Kind: What Nonprofits Should Know

    Charitable donations come in different forms; while cash is king, other types of contributions are useful, too.  Among them are “gifts in kind,” sometimes also called “in-kind gifts” or “in-kind donations.”    Different Types of Charitable Gifts A cash contribution is, for many reasons, the......

  • Religious Nonprofits in the Trinity Lutheran Era

    On June 26, 2017, the United States Supreme Court issued what has been described as “one of the most important rulings on religious rights in decades.” In Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer, Chief Justice John Roberts explains that the Free Exercise Clause of......

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