• Charities
  • Charities
  • Charities

Charities play an important role in society, but complex regulations and changing laws make it increasingly difficult for not-for-profit organisations to operate in an effective and accountable way. For charities legal services are therefore increasingly important – just as they are for businesses.

We have ARDOM. We have expertise in all the issues charities face. We assess your specific needs and bring together lawyers from across the firm to overcome the particular challenges you face.

This will be a custom team. Whether you need specialists in mergers, governance, employment, disputes or property, we have the talent and expertise in-house to assist you.

We offer charities legal advice on registration and deregistration, refinancing, mergers, maintaining charitable status, problems with employees, and dealing with charity commission investigations. Our team are also experienced at dealing with accountants, land agents, wealth managers and other advisors.

As we represent numerous charitable foundations as well as charities with a national profile, we thoroughly understand the needs of not-for-profit organisations. Many of our team also do volunteer work, so we can see issues from both sides of the desk.

We will be there to support you, give clear advice, and answer any questions you have in a prompt, professional manner. We offer charities legal services that make life simpler, thus enabling you to concentrate on what you do best: providing key services and amenities.

Our expertise covers:

  • corporate immigration
  • assistance and representation on work and secondment approvals, unique permits and residence permits for secondment arrangements, students visas and residence permits, family reunification visas and residence permits
  • change of immigration status inland
  • entry clearances
  • temporary assignment and business related activities
  • permanent residence
  • consular representation
  • citizenship law;
  • divorce;
  • restriction order;
  • consumer rights.