Business & Property

Nonprofit corporations have many of the same business concerns as for-profits. They enter into contracts for goods and services, buy and sell real estate, and even pay taxes. Some nonprofits merge with other nonprofits, enter into joint ventures with for-profits, and enter into financial transactions. Asiatico Law frequently advises clients on the many business, tax, and property issues that arise during the life cycle of a nonprofit organization. To ensure our advice is consistent with your goals, we make it our business to know yours. Our business, tax, and property services include:

Corporate Transactions

• Contracts for goods and services
• Joint ventures and transactions between nonprofits and for-profits
• General business transactions (leases, UCC transactions, stock purchase agreements, operating agreements, and shareholder agreements)
• Financial transactions (capital transactions, venture finance agreements, lending agreements, bond programs, and private placement memoranda).

Mergers, Acquisitions, & Dissolutions

• Due diligence prior to a merger or acquisition
• Drafting and negotiating merger terms
• Filing merger or dissolution plans with appropriate state and regulatory agencies
• Implementing merger or dissolution plans
• Reinstatement of involuntarily dissolved entities

Real Estate

• Sale and lease of residential and commercial property
• Property tax exemptions or abatements
• Real estate transfers by gift or bequest
• Financing and loan agreements, including bond programs
• Real estate closings
• Unrelated business income tax guidance
• Obtaining court approval for property sale or disposition when required by law

People

Brooke Asiatico
Katari Buck
Rodney Hubbard
David Olson

Ryan Peak
Jay Jewett

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