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Starting a Church or Ministry

Starting  a Church or Ministry

This content was written for ChurchLaw.TV

When it comes to church law, there are few better law firms than Winters and King at www.churchlaw.tv. For over 30 years Winters and King have been serving faith-based clients. They are the teams to go to when it comes to anything involving church law. Their services include everything from starting a nonprofit to pastoral and executive compensation plans. They can even help if you are an author or a filmmaker who is in faith-based categories or genres. They service some of the biggest faith-based authors and celebrities in the nation. To learn more, you can call them at 918-494-6868.

The three main categories that most people need help with regarding church law are starting a nonprofit, pastor compensation, and literary or film agent services. These are three areas that churchlaw.tv has become the go-to teams in. They have been servicing the faith-based community for their law needs for the past 30 years. This gives them an extremely high level of experience and knowledge in the faith-based world of church law. Working with the guys over at Winters and King you will uncover and discover things that you didn’t even understand that you knew that you needed to look for. This is what happens when you work with somebody who has as much experience as these guys.

If you’re looking to start a nonprofit organization, do you understand all of the steps for proper incorporation of it? And when I’m talking about a nonprofit of course in the faith-based space this can be a church or ministry. Very first thing you need to do is you need to create the entity itself of that church or ministry. This is going to require the proper filing of the Articles of Incorporation. This can be a very short process if you utilize Winters and King done in as little as 48 hours or it could be a very lengthy time-consuming process if done on your own.

Second when you’re starting a nonprofit organization such as a church or ministry you want to make sure that you file the IRS application for a 501(c)(3) status. This also can be a very lengthy, time-consuming, and confusing process if you are not working with somebody who knows exactly how to do this and has done it hundreds of times before. Winters and King have not only have done this hundreds of times, but they have actually done it for thousands of ministries over the past 30 years enuring that they all received the 501(c)(3) exemption.

If you are in need of the absolute best faith-based law attorneys in the nation, then look no further than Winters and King at www.churchlaw.tv. These guys will help you from step one in forming your church or ministry and getting the correct paperwork filed all the way up to ensuring that everybody is being compensated properly and fairly based on the norms in your area. These guys will save you time, money, and stress.

Teams in Church Law

This content was written for ChurchLaw.TV

Church law can be extremely confusing, frustrating, and time-consuming. That is why you want to find extremely experienced and knowledgeable church law attorneys like the guys over at www.churchlaw.tv. The firm of Winters and King have been serving faith-based clients for over 30 years. They are extremely well-versed in the language, intricacies, and pitfalls of church law. They’ll help you maneuver and successfully overcome any challenges that you may face when it comes to setting up your church or ministry. If you are in need of the best attorneys in church law give Winters and King a call at 918-494-6868.

Unlike many attorneys that are going to charge you per hour the attorney’s over at Winters and King charge you flat rates for each service. This includes the entire process from start to finish for the common services. The only thing that may get charged on top of the flat rates would be a filing fee. This filing fee will not apply to every single category. Categories that you will receive a flat fee rate are nonprofit corporations, for-profit corporations, amendments to articles of incorporation, bylaws, registering your nonprofit in another state, dissolution, registered agent change, registered address change, and trade name, assumed name, DBA.

A few of the other services that you receive a flat rate include the 501 (c)(3) applications. This includes the initial 501(c)(3) application, the 501(c)(3) reinstatement application, status change, and group exemptions. A flat rate fee also applies to initial registration of a trademark and state sales tax in property tax exemption applications. For all of these services, you will be provided a flat fee at the beginning of the process should you will know the final price up front. There will be no surprises and no tricks. You will not end up with an outrageous bill that you didn’t know was coming.

Winters and King built their practice on integrity and faith. They want to ensure that they are as fair as possible and continue to grow their practice based on integrity and faith. They believe that by servicing and treating their clients based on their faith principles, they will always come out on top. Don’t you think it would be a breath of fresh air to work finally with a group of lawyers who are completely honest and upfront with you? That is exactly what you get when you work with the attorneys at Winters and King.

These attorneys are straight shooters and will always be upfront and honest with you. They want to ensure that you, their client, is always put in the best possible position. By cutting corners and being less than faithful, they know that in the long run it will not serve you well. They want to ensure that you have an extremely solid foundation to fall back on to ensure that you don’t ever get into any hot water with the law. The law is a very serious matter, and there are very serious consequences if things are not abided by.

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