Non-Profit Formation Lawyer in New Orleans
Protecting Your Tax-Exempt Status (504) 500-1111
It can be challenging to open a non-profit organization. You may have heard non-profit organizations being called 501(c)(3) organizations. This is because the description of these types of organizations falls under section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has a specific definition for which organizations can be identified as tax exempt. If you do not form your not-for-profit organization correctly, you could lose your tax-exempt status. It is important to both form and maintain your non-profit with an eye to the legal and tax obstacles facing these types of organizations in order to protect your tax exemption for the long term. An experienced New Orleans business lawyer can help you with this process.
Dedicated & Experienced Business Lawyers Serving Louisiana Non-Profits
If you are looking to open your own 501(c)(3) organization, you need secure legal guidance so you avoid common pitfalls. You can rely on our team at Scott Vicknair, LLC to walk you through the process of opening a non-profit organization.
Furthermore, our experienced lawyers can help you with managing a variety of issues related to non-profit formation and operation, including but not limited to managing:
- Charitable donations
Our team has experience in a broad range of charitable organizations, including:
- Churches and religious institutions
- Education organizations
- Athletic groups / leagues
- Community groups
- Professional groups
- Private foundations
- Public foundations
Contact Scott Vicknair, LLC to Schedule Your Consultation
From drafting and filing the necessary documents correctly to creating compliance policies, bylines, and incorporation to trademarking logos, we can help you as you form your non-profit. We are confident in our ability to represent you with accuracy and success. Call a New Orleans business lawyer at Scott Vicknair, LLC today by dialing (504) 500-1111 or schedule a free appointment online.