Helping You Solve Problems and Protect Dreams

Helping You Solve Problems and Protect Dreams

Helping You Solve Problems and Protect Dreams

Helping You Solve Problems and Protect Dreams

Practice Areas

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Existing Churches

Let Reynolds Law Group help your church launch, grow, and protect your ministries through Your Church Attorney, a program specifically designed to assist local churches fulfill their mission and protect their dreams.

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Church Start Ups

Let Reynolds Law Group help you launch, grow, and protect your new church through our Church Launch program, specifically designed by attorneys and pastors to help you launch your new church safe, legal, and with confidence.

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Families with Estate Planning Needs

If you have children at home, Reynolds Law Group can help you protect their future by drafting your will, power of attorney for finances, and power of attorney for healthcare so that you can make sure your kids are taken care of . . . and all at reasonable prices.

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New and Existing Non-Profit Organizations

Whether you want to encourage space and science education among children and youth, operate a mobile medical clinic, or launch a non-profit pre-school or daycare, Reynolds Law Group provides you with the legal assistance you need to launch, grow, and protect your non-profit.

Recent Blog Posts

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Avoid Mission Creep: A Board's First Priority

According to Inc.com, the Massachusetts Bay colony formed Harvard College to “prepare ministers of upright character” for service as clergymen in a variety of churches—from congregational to unitarian. There’s no doubt that Harvard ranks as one the world’s premier universities; it’s also clear that Harvard no longer exists to fulfill the mission of training ministers that will prevent an “illiterate ministry to the churches when our present ministers shall lie in the dust.”

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Board Members, Fiduciary Duties, and Staying Out of the News

The Chicago Tribune recently reported that the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability ousted a Chicago megachurch from its membership because the church’s board failed to exercise appropriate control and oversight of the church’s finances, resulting in over a million dollars being spent inappropriately. As a result, all five members of the church’s executive committee of the board of directors resigned. The board had previously terminated the pastor’s employment.

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That's in our Bylaws? You're Kidding me, right?

Church planters have a lot of questions to answer before starting a new church.