Wollens acts for a large number of charities of all sizes and also advises on the formation and registration of new charities.
It has become increasingly important for the trustees of charities to have access to specialist legal advice.Following the introduction of the Charities Act 2006, there are many issues that trustees have to consider, including those of public interest and limitation of liability.
We have acted for a number of charities who have converted to limited companies. There is also a trend for smaller charities to merge with others, in order to become more cost effective, and Wollens can advise on the implications of this and the processes involved.
We are also members of the Charity Law Association, and our specialist team can advise on all aspects of Charities law.
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