The Not for Profit and Social Enterprise team assists organisations with challenges they face in a proactive and efficient manner while still maintaining a high level of sensitivity and compassion in what can be a difficult and emotional area of law.
Nevett Ford has been providing legal advice to Not for Profit organisations for over 20 years. We are proud of the professional reputation and relationships we have built in this area of law, not only amongst our clients but also within the wider legal community.
As the law in this complex area continues to develop at a rapid pace, with new legislation frequently being enacted and case law decided, Nevett Ford are able to assist organisations in navigating the current and future challenges they face.
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Decades of experience and a wide range of service areas means we can draw on knowledge from across our firm to inform your decisions.
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