Non-profit organizations provide great benefits to our communities, and they need a law firm that provides them with great benefits as well. Whatever your non-profit does, when BFC is your legal advisor, your organization has its own general counsel to guide your board and management with practical and innovative legal advice, so you can focus on your non-profit’s goals.
BFC invests in understanding your non-profit’s mission and unique legal needs. Our attorneys draw on decades of hands-on experience, tempered with real-world business experience. We have assisted a charter school organization with numerous real estate challenges in order to facilitate the growth of its schools. We have helped other non-profits with construction projects and guided a non-profit toward obtaining the right financing for an important project.
Our attorneys can help with business formation and dissolution, change in business entity, real estate acquisitions and divestitures, contract negotiations, corporate governance, mediation of disputes, drafting of agreements, and even litigation if necessary. BFC’s approach is to leverage our skills and strength in multiple disciplines combined with the attentiveness, caring commitment and efficiency you’d expect from a small boutique firm.
With the right legal advisor, your non-profit can spend its resources wisely, directing more to its programs and services. Find out how BFC can help your non-profit. To learn more, please contact Mary Wynn Seiter (firstname.lastname@example.org), Donna Shahrabani (email@example.com), David Frizzell, (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Cheryl Siegel (email@example.com) by email or by phoning us at 201-612-5200.