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Charities Law
Beauchamps Solicitors has a strong reputation in providing specialist legal advice to charitable organisations.  We know the business of charities, and advise many voluntary organisations on a wide range of issues affecting them.  We are experienced in all aspects of charity law, providing services to diverse organisations including educational, poverty relief agencies, health and grant-making charities, disability organisations and religious.
Our work touches on most aspects of life in the voluntary sector, from day-to-day, legal problems to strategic and governing issues.  We place particular emphasis on drawing in appropriate expertise from our various practice areas to ensure our clients obtain the legal advice they require on charity law.  Areas of legal advice include the following:
  • The Charities Act 2009
  • Appropriate legal structures, both incorporated and unincorporated
  • Registration and advice on charitable status
  • Constitution reviews and reorganisations
  • Governance, management and accountability 
  • Tax exemptions and donor incentive schemes
  • Trusts and charitable trusts
  • Dealing with administrative agencies
  • Regulatory issues
  • Powers and duties of trustees
  • Registering and regulating fundraising activities
  • Financial and property matters
  • Data protection issues
  • Employment 
  • Termination and dissolving a charity
  • Trading activities
  • Donations
  • The charities regulatory authority
  • Annual financial accounts

Beauchamps Solicitors
Riverside Two, Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland.
t +353 1 418 0600
f +353 1 418 0699
e securemail@beauchamps.ie
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Including the business previously carried on by Landwell in Ireland.