Charity Law

From high profile regional charities, through to discreet charitable trusts and from breed societies to ancient foundations.

We advise and assist all kinds of charities be it places of worship such as religious institutions, educational establishments, health organisations etc.

You work hard to serve the needs of your communities, the vulnerable, the weak and needy and do not need legal obstacles distracting you from such noble tasks. We will take care of the legal problems leaving you to focus on what you do best.

Our experienced team of professionals have the knowledge and experience to advise and represent you in dealing with

complex litigation, securing or defending emergency injunctions, robustly defending and protecting your charity and its reputation.

The setting up and registration of charities as unincorporated associations, charitable trusts or Charitable Incorporated Organisations

Preparation of governing documents

Advising and representing in disputes between trustees, any other person or body with whom the charity has a dispute including The Charity Commission

Media enquiries and training

Running campaigns

Mergers with or takeover of other charities

Do you want to set up a charity? what is the difference between a charitable incorporated organisation (CIO), a charitable company (limited by guarantee), an unincorporated association and a trust? Do you need advice about your duties as trustees of a charity?

If you are looking for an experienced charity law solicitor in Luton, for some initial free advice by telephone then contact our charity law solicitor in Wembley now. We offer fixed fee charity law advice and hourly rate charity law advice depending on the nature of your case.

We will advise and assist you in a candid and frank manner to make sure that you comply with the law and go from strength to strength.