Cullinane Law Group offers practical solutions for sound governance and legally compliant practices. Whether you’re just starting out or already running a well-established organization, we tailor our services to the specific needs of our various clients.
Our experience in corporate and tax-exempt law allows us to manage the legal side of running an organization, so you can focus on you mission.
We serve all kinds of tax-exempt organizations, including 501(c)(3) public charities, hospital and healthcare organizations, private foundations, community foundations, corporate foundations, religious organizations, advocacy groups, 501(c)(6) professional and trade associations, fraternal and social groups, political action committees, 501(c)(4) social welfare groups, social enterprises, and think tanks.
Setting up a nonprofit, foundation, association, or any other tax-exempt organization includes several major steps with various government agencies. We offer turnkey, straightforward solutions to set up your organization as a tax-exempt entity. We do all the legal work for you, including state corporate matters, tax-exempt and IRS applications, legal compliance checks, and reporting.
Managing an Existing Organization
Nonprofits, private foundations, and other tax-exempt groups are highly regulated. We provide comprehensive advice and general counsel while helping you manage legal costs. In addition, we can help organizations through time-sensitive legal issues such as IRS or state audits.
Run your organization with confidence and ease by letting us handle all legal matters that come your way.
Our attorneys serve for-good businesses. We guide social entrepreneurs on starting benefit corporations and hybrid entities.
We help socially responsible companies that are giving back to their communities through corporate philanthropy, foundations, and cause marketing.
Creating a foundation offers lasting benefits. We provide a quick, straightforward solution to help you get started. We guide private foundations, private operating foundations, private non-operating foundations, corporate foundations, community foundation, and family foundations.