Church Law

Our firm provides advice to ecclesiastical organizations on a broad range of legal issues including, but not limited to, nonprofit transactions, intellectual property, human resources, risk management, land acquisition, construction law, and other corporate issues.

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Seasoned Church Law Attorneys Here To Help Your Organization

Smith, Welch, Webb and White attorneys have years of experience helping religious and non-profit organizations with their legal needs. We focus on the specific needs of faith-based organizations from the boardroom to the courtroom to support their mission every step of the way.


Services We Provide

Whether you are looking for ongoing legal counsel or for guidance during growth and management risk, our church law attorneys can handle matters such as:

  • Formation
  • Corporate Structure
  • Real Estate and Property Issues
  • Employment Matters
  • Litigation
  • Financial Operations
  • IRS Recognition
  • Mergers and Aquisitions

Our attorneys take every measure to provide thorough guidance and service to protect organizations’ mission and goals. A consultation with our church law lawyers will help adress the specific needs of your church.  We take the time to analyze, implement, and maintain the structure of organizations to protect their vision and from liability. 


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Call us at 1.855.505.SWWW (7999) today or fill out the web form to schedule your legal consultation and case evaluation.

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