Giving Back To The Community Through Services For Churches And Nonprofit Organizations

Much of our success is due to the confidence and support we have earned from local organizations. Faith-based values as well as an emphasis on the overall health of our communities are founding principles that attorney Pinderhughes has infused into all that we do. We have considered it an honor to work with multiple churches and nonprofit organizations to ensure that their charitable actions receive all of the benefits that Maryland law provides.

Legal Services That Churches And Nonprofit Organizations Often Ask For

We work with clients in human-serving organizations in areas such as:

Attorney Pinderhughes and our team at Alice G. Pinderhughes, P.A. Attorney At Law, have:

  • Helped new churches establish themselves
  • Advised churches through mergers, closures and other organizational challenges
  • Assisted organizations in the process of purchasing property; expanding and repurposing properties, and related issues
  • Served as general counsel for legal disputes

Our respect for your public service drives us. We thrive on encouraging and empowering leaders of churches and nonprofit organizations: Our dedication to your service-oriented goals is evident in our work. You may have other goals and concerns that are not listed above. Please let us know what those are, and we will gladly review your options with you.

To Launch Or Improve A Nonprofit Organization, Contact Us

Our doors are open to hard-working as well as aspiring community builders. If you have wanted to create a nonprofit or expand the reach of an existing one, but do not know how to start, we invite you to invest in an exploratory conversation with our attorney.

Request a consultation about legal concerns involving a church or nonprofit organization by calling 410-671-5151 or sending an email. Our services extend to clients throughout Montgomery County, Howard County, Prince George’s County, Anne Arundel County, Harford County, Baltimore County and Baltimore City in Maryland.