Leaders In Not-For-Profit Law

Not-for-profit corporations have needs that are different from other businesses. Whether charities, professional associations or other types of not-for-profits, they work within challenging constraints. When legal problems arise in these types of organizations, they require lawyers who understand their unique needs.

As one of the few boutique firms that focus primarily on not-for-profits, Gray, Whitley LLP understands these unique challenges. Backed by decades of experience in this area of law, there is virtually no legal matter in this area that we cannot navigate for our clients.

Over 60 Years Of Experience

Our lawyers aim to resolve legal problems and disputes effectively and expediently. When our clients face challenging problems, we are able to:

  • Identify the issues
  • Spot the pitfalls
  • Solve the problem swiftly and competently

Over the years, our targeted legal approach has won us the trust of numerous satisfied clients.

Rich Experience At Reasonable Rates

By applying our years of concentrated experience in not-for-profit law, we are able to offer legal services at competitive rates. When an organization chooses to retain our firm, it can rest assured, confident that our lawyers know how to provide insightful, comprehensive solutions designed to save time and resources.

Our firm's extensive knowledge allows us to meet our not-for-profit clients' needs in the areas of:

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To consult about your organization's needs, call the firm at 647-560-3705 or contact us by email through our online form.

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Gray, Whitley LLP
400 - 36 King Street E.
Toronto, ON M5C 3B2

Phone: 647-560-3705
Fax: 647-256-6601
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