Charity and Nonprofit Organization Law


Organizations that conduct charitable fundraising must abide by various federal and Pennsylvania laws and regulations.  For your organization to be and remain compliant, you must know and understand these laws and regulations, which include recordkeeping, reporting, and disclosure requirements.

Our attorneys can help review your organization’s fundraising strategies and activities within the context of the ever-changing landscape of fundraising laws and regulations, and help provide your organization with a careful analysis of its compliance requirements.    

Nonprofit Organizations

Our attorneys can help your nonprofit organizations operate within the bounds of various federal and Pennsylvania laws and regulations during all phases of its life cycle, from start-up, through expansion, when establishing affiliated organizations, conducting a merger, or winding down its affairs.  We can also assist with legal issues involving board governance and oversight while helping board members know and understand their fiduciary duties. 

Contact the Law Firm of DiOrio & Sereni, LLP

For a private consultation, call us at 610-565-5700 or send us an e-mail. Evening and weekend consultations can be arranged upon request, and we will travel to meet with you, if necessary. We accept Discover, Visa and MasterCard.

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The Law Firm of DiOrio & Sereni, LLP, is located in Media, PA and serves clients in and around Media, Glen Riddle Lima, Brookhaven, Wallingford, Newtown Square, Lenni, Springfield, Swarthmore, Chester, Aston, Bryn Mawr, Morton, Woodlyn, Broomall, Gradyville, Folsom, Chester Heights, Crum Lynne, Glen Mills, Marcus Hook, Ridley Park, Drexel Hill, Marple, Bethel, Garnet Valley, Chadds Ford Concord, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia County.

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