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1900 L Street N.W., Suite 504 

Washington, DC 20036

Phone: 202-861-0740

Fax: 202-331-9841

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Exempt Tax Law, PLLC Specializes in Nonprofit Organizations


Why Exempt Tax Law, PLLC?

Nonprofit organizations look to Exempt Tax Law, PLLC to assist them in complying with applicable federal tax laws.  They trust the firm knowing the principal of the firm has represented nonprofit organizations for over 30 years.

Our Valued, Varied Clients

Clients of Exempt Tax Law, PLLC include colleges and universities, churches, health care charities, research organizations, think tanks, developers of housing for low-income families and the elderly, economic development organizations for disadvantaged communities, private foundations, trade associations, and veterans organizations.  The firm's clients operate in the U.S. as well as in other countries.

Exempt Tax Law, PLLC welcomes inquiries from new or existing nonprofit organizations. Contact the firm's offices by phone or by e-mail through this Web site.

Cost-Effective Legal Services for New and Existing Nonprofits

Exempt Tax Law, PLLC advises and represents 501(c)(3) and other types of nonprofit organizations in such matters as the following:

Law Firm for Tax-Exempt Organizations

The firm represents numerous  tax-exempt organizations from start-up (forming a nonprofit entity) through maintaining tax-exempt status and serving as general legal counsel. Because the firm focuses its practice on tax-exempt organizations (including charitable, educational, and religious organizations), the firm is knowledgeable about tax-exemption rules and regulations governing NPOs.

Contact the firm for More Information

If you plan to form a not-for-profit organization or serve as the manager of an NPO, you understand the importance of following the complex laws and regulations required to obtain and maintain tax-exempt status. Exempt Tax Law, PLLC invites your inquiry on legal issues pertaining to non-profits. Call or email the firm to discuss your organization's goals and concerns.