Legal for Good, PLLC
8 years in business5354 Parkdale Dr STE 103
Saint Louis Park, MN 55416-1600
- (612) 284-6421
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Type of EntityLimited Liability Company
- Jennifer L. Urban, CFO & Managing Partner
- Attorneys & Lawyers
- Attorneys & Lawyers - Business Law/Corporation/Partnership
- Attorneys & Lawyers - Tax
- Attorneys & Lawyers - Litigation
- Attorneys & Lawyers - Civil
Products & ServicesCharitable Solicitation
Merger, Consolidation & Dissolution
Property Tax Exemption
Real Estate Matters
Gov't Compliance / Regulation
501(c) Tax Exemption
Service AreaWe service the following area(s): Twin Cities Metro - 11 County
Methods of Payment
- Cash, check, or credit cards.
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We offer a free 1 hour consultation. No matter the size of your organization or the nature of your mission, we’ll will create a customized plan tailored to meet your organization’s unique challenges.Whenever it’s the best fit for our client, we will work with you to develop a personalized flat fee package, and arrange to bill on a flat fee basis. We use hourly billing when a flat fee is not possible or practical for our client.
If you aren't happy, we'll work to make it right or give you your money back.
Legal for Good is a law firm that supports the health and vitality of the nonprofit sector by educating and empowering its clients to deliver their organizations’ missions with confidence and competence. We get it. We understand nonprofit organizations and the realities of the business world that nonprofits coexist in. Legal for Good helps nonprofits of all sizes and types address their challenges and embrace their new opportunities. We are genuinely enthusiastic about the sector,
accessible, and committed to providing value through individualized service.
Our attorneys practice nonprofit law, and we provide services on practical day-to-day operations, management, business structure, tax, contracts, employment, quasi-criminal, and intellectual property issues as they relate to nonprofits. We deliver practical, reliable advice to charitable and nonprofit organization clients in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, as well as throughout greater Minnesota and Ohio.
We offer assistance in the following areas:
- Crisis Management
- Fiscal Sponsorship
- Nonprofit Formation
- 501(c) Tax Exemption
- Merger, Consolidation, and Dissolution
- Nonprofit Consulting, Training & Best Practices
- Grant Compliance & Financial Management
- Property Tax Exemption
- Sales Tax Exemption
- Nonprofit-related Litigation
- Charitable Solicitation
- Professional Fundraising
- Government Compliance & Regulatory Issues
- Document Review, Creation & Enforcement
As a law firm specializing in nonprofit law, of course, we work with all kinds charitable organizations such as: nonprofit schools and educational organizations, civic and community groups, youth sports leagues, churches and religious institutions, foundations, member associations, veteran and fraternal groups, research groups, and arts and cultural organizations. We also work with individual donors and for-profit corporate do-gooders.
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