Legal advice to the Charity and voluntary sector work is at the heart of Ellis-Fermor & Negus’ practice. We appreciate that being a trustee or manager of a charity can be a real challenge. Our aim is to help you by providing practical, accessible and affordable advice.
We provide charity law advice to charities throughout Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire and also nationally acting for a wide range of religious, social and community development, overseas, heritage and medical charities.
All our charity law team are charity trustees themselves and have a wealth of ‘hands on’ experience to draw on. We believe its our people who make the difference in our service.
Our aim is to establish long-term relationships with our charity clients so we can understand your aims and objectives and work with you to help you meet these. That’s why we aim to be available to advise all our charity clients over the telephone on those queries which come up day to day or for our charity clients who operate in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire or Leicestershire to be available at short notice to see you at our offices.
At Ellis-Fermor & Negus, you will have access to our expert charity lawyers but also our commercial, employment, property and dispute resolution teams. This means we can provide you with a thorough service covering not just charity law, but also other complex areas such as corporate governance, employment contracts and disputes, property and planning, SLA’s and contracts, intellectual property, mergers and other re-organisations.
We have a dedicated charity law team, why not make an appointment to see one of our charity lawyers today.
Simon Hale (Director) 0115 922 1591 email@example.com
Member of Charity Law Association; Trustee of White Dove Educational Trust.
Simon’s experience includes formation and registration of charities, charity restructures as well as commercial property transactions.
Ben Bourne (Director) 0115 922 1591 firstname.lastname@example.org
Trustee of Beeston Free Church, Nottingham
Ben’s experience includes charity formation and registration, employment issues and intellectual property matters.
What Our Clients Say
Employment law is rapidly changing and seems to grow ever more complex. That’s why you need practical and clear solutions to avoid becoming burdened by it all.Charity Employment Issues
Setting up a charity can be a complicated process. We can advise which charity structure best suits you.Charity Formation
Constitutional and governance structures need to be effective to enable our charity clients to work to their best ability in an ever changing world.Charity Governance
We have a strong reputation for giving clear and understandable advice on a range of charity property issues.Charity Property
We strive to offer a service where legal knowledge and expertise combine with a compassion for, and understanding of Christians and the Christian community.Christian Community Solicitors