Charities have a rewarding, yet challenging job on their hands.
On one hand, there is the need to embrace every opportunity to grow a thriving, well respected and commercially minded organisation. Yet on the other, striving to avoid the pitfalls of negative publicity, staying ahead of the commercial game and balancing the books.
It is essential to have experienced and trusted advisors by your side to help you tackle these challenges with confidence.
We have a strong national reputation for working with charities and an in-depth understanding of the implications and confines of the legal and regulatory framework in which charities work. Our advice is practical and commercially focused, providing charities with effective outcomes.
Our comprehensive portfolio of expertise ranges from complex commercial transactions and licensing, to contentious legacy claims.
We provide a full range of legal services for charities, saving you valuable time and providing you with cost-effective solutions without compromising on quality or expertise.
Time, cost and risk are all factors we know you need to be certain of.
We provide that certainty and we pride ourselves on being an approachable, professional and modern law firm who has the gravitas of a large city firm, whilst maintaining a personable and highly efficient approach with all of our clients.
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