Nonprofit Mergers, Consolidation, and Dissolution
If you are contemplating a nonprofit dissolution and shut down solution for your St. Paul, MN, nonprofit, you need a stress-free and low-anxiety setting to discuss your options. Legal for Good offers just that. We will sit down with you, review your options, and offer potential solutions.
A Different Kind of Law Firm
Legal for Good is a law firm geared toward helping nonprofits with their operational and governance needs. We treat our clients how we would like to be treated - with respect, honesty, and openness. If your nonprofit is facing debt, financial difficulties, dissolution, or shut down, Legal for Good can help.
We offer invaluable knowledge and experience when seeking out solutions. Legal for Good will sit down and work directly with you, making sure we put extra effort into creating and maintaining a good relationship with your organization.
A Positive Resolution
While no nonprofit life cycle will be exactly the same, each nonprofit experiences the organizational steps of a life cycle. Sometimes this could end in acquisition, consolidation, dissolution, or even a merger.
Because your organization is a nonprofit, it will be subject to special legal procedures, rules, and regulations. The assets of a nonprofit or charitable organization belong to the public and are held in a public trust, which means your nonprofit can't be dissolved like other for-profit organizations.
Let the legal team at Legal for Good help you as you consider or begin nonprofit dissolution and shut down. Getting expert advice is an important step as you begin this process. We will advise you and work with you throughout the process.
Call us at (612) 284-6441 or send us a message online.
Q. Has your nonprofit completed it’s mission?
Q. Do you feel like your organization is failing?
Q. Should your organization go through nonprofit dissolution? Merge? Or Consolidate?
Q. Has the Board of Directors done its due diligence?
The answers to these questions are complicated. Seeking expert advice is important. We help nonprofit leaders assess the best course of action and will facilitate the transition. As attorneys who specialize in nonprofit entities, we can conduct a critical analysis for your organization and give you advice that comes from a deep knowledge of the nonprofit sector.