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Charities & Not For Profit Organisations
For all Charities and not for profit organisations, there is a complex legal framework that must be complied with in order to entitle the entity to have such a status.
The intricate law surrounding charities and not for profit organisations is vast and unique to match their legal status, which is why it is advisable to have someone who understands and has expertise in this field. Monarch Solicitors have this knowledge and expertise. We will leave no stone unturned when examining your legal rights, responsibilities and issues concerning charities or not for profit organisations. We offer clear and focused advice on every aspect of running your organisation. We are keen to provide a clear pricing structure and offer low fixed fee cost wherever possible and free initial consultations with one of our friendly, professional lawyers.
No matter how large or small your charity and legal projects, we have a dedicated solicitor who can advise on all elements of charity law and regulation with no jargon that impact on the sector. This includes the brand new type of structure for charities introduced by regulations that came into force in 2012, allowing Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIO) to be created from January 2013.
For a free 30 minute consultation with our expert Charity & Not For Profit lawyers in Manchester, please contact us on 0161 820 8888. Alternatively fill in our our online enquiry form for a call back.
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