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Moral Issues

Sadly, today’s culture has become increasingly intolerant on issues of moral values. More and more organizations are facing persecution for defending faith values. As a law firm founded on Christian values, Winters & King, Inc. knows the importance of upholding the core beliefs of your organization. We can assist you in the following services:

  • Draft bylaws that establish and protect your values;
  • Advise on procedures for handling moral issues at the church;
  • Establish employee handbooks in line with anti-discrimination laws and Christian values; and
  • Advise how to navigate the rules on political activities or lobbying.

We know that upholding moral values can be a sensitive and sometimes combative subject. Our firm can help you establish protections in advance so when challenges come, your values will be better protected. Contact us today to discuss what protections you would like defended by calling 918.494.6868 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

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