Running a successful charity comes with its own unique challenges
Faced with increasing red tape from charity sector watchdogs, keeping accounts and operations in check is of the utmost importance – perhaps easier said than done when you’re balancing a number of jobs at once. When we work with charities, we seek to alleviate the burden of legal issues, enabling your people to focus on what matters most: the cause.
Whether you’re looking to set up a new charity, are a well-established not-for-profit organisation seeking advice on governance and good practice or are a trustee looking for clarity on your legal responsibilities, our dedicated charity law solicitors can help.
From commercial contracts, employment and property law to financing, risk and compliance, mergers, restructuring and insolvency, our specialist team are equipped to advise across the full scope of charity law matters. We regularly act for charities, not-for-profit organisations and other public benefit organisations to deliver bespoke advice that’s in your charity’s best interests.
No matter how challenging the situation, we’ll cut through the legal jargon to present you with pragmatic solutions.