There is no substitute for experience. Let us put Harvard Lawyer David Marmon’s 36 years of experience in the nonprofit field to work for you.
Many clients would like to use our service who did not come to us for their 501c3 status because they did not know about us when they filed their application with the IRS. Now they have their status and have additional work that needs to be done. They prefer not to go back to their original attorney who helped them secure their 501c3 status, or perhaps that attorney is no longer available.
In the past, we have had to say, “Well, since you weren’t originally a client of ours, you are not in our database, and we cannot help you.”
All that has changed!
You can Join our Nonprofit Family even if you were not our client for obtaining your 501c3 status.
How does that work?
You can Join our Nonprofit Family by signing up for our Plan J ($600 fee). We will email you our Family Welcome Packet and our Family Questionnaire. The Questionnaire will have questions about your name, your nonprofit name, filing date of your Articles of Incorporation (may be called something different in your state), your directors, your officers, the specific purpose of your nonprofit as expressed in your Articles, etc. When you fill that out and email it back to us, we will enter that information into our database. Then, when you need us to do work for you, we will have the information we need to help you.
Examples of work we can do for you:
Other Services We Can Provide for You
Register your nonprofit in another state ($600 plus filing fee and Corporate Resolution)
Corporate Name change ($600 plus filing fee and Corporate Resolution)
Amend Articles ($600 plus filing fee and Corporate Resolution)
Bylaws and two accompanying documents ($300) plus Corporate Resolution
Amend Bylaws including Adoption of Amendment by Directors/Trustees, Certificate of Secretary re Adoption of Amendment by Secretary, and Cover Letter for IRS ($325) plus Corporate Resolution
Corporate Resolution (Unanimous Written Consent of Directors/Trustees) to register your nonprofit in another state, change the name of your corporation, amend your articles or bylaws, change your directors and/or officers, etc. (cost varies depending on how many changes and complexity). Starts at about $325 and goes up depending on complexity. If we did not prepare your Bylaws, be certain that your Bylaws permit this, and add $50 for any Corporate Resolution.
Waiver of Notice and Consent to Holding of Annual Meeting of Board of Board of Directors/Trustees and Minutes of Annual Meeting of Board of Directors/Trustees ($325)
Waiver of Notice and Consent to Holding of Special Meeting of Board of Directors/Trustees and Minutes of Special Meeting of Board of Directors/Trustees ($325)
Resignation of Director or Officer ($225)
Unanimous Written Consent of Directors to Set Time and Date of Annual Meeting of Board of Directors ($275)
Unanimous Written Consent of Directors to Change Location of Annual Meeting of Board of Directors ($275)
Unanimous Written Consent of Directors to Establish End of Annual Accounting Period — Without CPA advice, it is suggested that you not change the end of annual accounting period. ($275)
Unanimous Written Consent of Directors re Failure to have Annual Meeting of Board of Directors ($275)
Trademarks ($995 plus filing fee)
Consultation: Forty minutes with attorney David Marmon is usually enough time to help you. $400
*These states may carry an extra fee: Arizona, Colorado, Mississippi, Nevada, New York, New York church.
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