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Nonprofit & Charitable Organizations

The attorneys at McDaniel, Wolff & Benca PLLC understand that nonprofit organizations play an irreplaceable role in the social and economic well-being of our communities. Our Arkansas non-profit attorneys are proud to serve as counsel to numerous 501(c)(3) organizations and other types of charities of all sizes and phases of their operation.

Rufus Wolff and Vince Ward lead our corporate law and tax department that regularly assists nonprofit organizations. If we help your nonprofit organization, call us today at 501-954-8000, or submit an inquiry via our contact form available here.

Whether you need assistance with obtaining 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status from the IRS, or finding solutions to regulatory compliance and other legal matters that charitable organizations face on a daily basis, our team of Arkansas non-profit attorneys can help your organization find innovative and cost-effective solutions.

Arkansas 501(c)(3)

To prevent abuse, non-profit organizations that qualify for tax-exempt status are subject to complex and ever-changing laws, regulations, funding restrictions, and reporting requirements imposed by the IRS and local governments. Generally, charitable organizations must also comply with laws applicable to for-profit businesses. Our Arkansas non-profit attorneys engage in a comprehensive tax and corporate law practice which enables us to assist charitable organizations with most any legal matters that arise in their day-to-day operations.

We regularly provide counsel to nonprofit organizations for the following and much more:

  • Formation of Public Charities
  • Establishing Private Family Foundations
  • Structuring Nonprofit Governance and Boards of Directors
  • Obtaining 501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Status from the IRS
  • Obtaining Tax Exempt Status for Other Types of Non-Profit Organizations such as Civic Leagues, Chambers of Commerce, Fraternal Societies, and Social Clubs
  • Counseling Churches and Religious Organizations
  • Establishing Endowment Funds
  • Preparation of Contracts Containing Restrictions on Use of Donations
  • Regulatory Compliance and Annual Reporting
  • Creation of Grant Programs and Grant Approval Procedures
  • Reorganizations, Mergers, or Dissolutions of Charities in Transition

If we can be of service, call our Arkansas non-profit attorneys today at 501-954-8000, or submit an inquiry via our contact form available here.

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