Whether you want to make a charitable donation, set up a charitable trust, create a new charity or require assistance with the legalities of running an existing charity, our team of experienced charity law solicitors can guide you through the process.
Our team are closely involved in the formation and administration of charitable trusts and charitable companies and are members of the Charity Law Association. We have acted for charities both large and small and have the expertise to support you at every stage of the process. Our expert charity management solicitors can help with:
- Social enterprises
- Negotiations with the Charity Commission
- Advice about the best business structure for your charity
- Converting charities into limited companies
- Setting up a charity
- Business transfers
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Creating charitable trusts
- Leaving money in your will to a charity
- Administering the charity to meet legal requirements – keeping paperwork up to date, filing documents with the Charity Commission
In 2017 we received the Law Society’s prestigious Excellence in Private Client Practice award for our work in this area of law.
We can provide different pricing options depending on your budget and we are happy to have an initial chat without obligation – contact us today.
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Wollens were delighted to be awarded the ESG Initiative Award at the LawNet Ltd annual awards.
At Wollens we believe that sustainability is fundamental to the long-term success of our business and the communities we are a part of. We actively engage and demonstrate our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint. There were two specific identifiers which helped us prioritise ESG as firm. The first was the 2050 net zero target set by the government, and secondly the feedback from our staff survey which indicated that this was an issue for many of them.
When it comes to planning for the future, making a Will is often overlooked or considered unnecessary by many individuals. However, the truth is that creating a Will is a critical step in ensuring that your wishes are carried out according to your desires after you pass away.
The Mental Capacity Act sets out various factors that you must consider when deciding what is in another person’s best interest. It is important to follow what the Act says.
Wollens is delighted to secure a number of rankings within the prestigious Legal 500 directory 2024 edition. The Team Wollens were part of the 700 brave souls who competed in the North Devon Hospice Mission Unbreakable challenge, ditching their cozy Sunday at home, the teams took to the fields, mud and obstacles.
Wollens is delighted to secure a number of rankings within the prestigious Legal 500 directory 2024 edition. The Legal 500 is the leading guide to law firms and solicitors in the UK.
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