We work with individuals and tax-exempt, not-for-profit organizations, addressing a variety of tax and state law issues impacting the formation and governance of nonprofits and charitable giving.  Tax-exempt organizations have unique needs and there are many special considerations, such as lobbying restrictions, fundraising law compliance, and tax issues in connection with proposed commercial activities and business collaborations.

From the filing of your articles of incorporation and IRC Form 1023 for exempt status, through the life of an organization, handling general counsel, board governance, fundraising, business transactions and more, at Stoll Petteys we are committed to public service and welcome the opportunity to partner with individuals and organizations who are also committed to doing good in our world.