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

Existing churches face an increasing number of legal threats in our increasingly secularized culture. Reynolds Law Group can help identify your areas of risk and help you implement strategies to reduce your exposure. Plus, RLG can provide ongoing legal consultation for less cost than a cell-phone bill each month!

New Churches

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.

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

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

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Before You Hit the Launch Button--Get Incorporated!

Before you enter into any contract or host any event as a new church, you need to make sure your new church is incorporated; otherwise, you can be found personally liable for any obligations, accidents, or mishaps.

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Federal Judge Rules Minister's Housing Allowance Tax Benefit Unconstitutional

A Federal District Court judge in Wisconsin recently ruled that a 1945 law providing income tax exemption for a minister’s housing allowance violates the establishment clause of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, which states that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.” The suit, brought by the Madison-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (“Plaintiffs”), argued that the law discriminates against secular employees.