The B.I.G. Charity Law Group Differentiator


Prospective clients occasionally ask what is our "differentiator"? How are we different than other law firms offering Not-for-Profit and Charity legal services?

Our answer:

Experience; Speed; Affordability.

1. Experience: Charity law requires specialized knowledge, not only of the relevant statutes, legislation and court decisions, but also of CRA's policies.

At B.I.G. Charity Law Group and, our practice consists of, almost exclusively, Not-for-Profit & Charity Law. We do not dabble in a myriad of practice areas. Not-for-Profits and Charity law is our focus. 

2. Speed: We can deliver a complete charity application to the CRA within 1-3 weeks of being retained.

How do we do it so quickly? We use the latest technology to streamline our processes and eliminate redundant and time wasting steps.

3. Affordability: Our fees are generally 30-50% below most other firms. Additionally, our prices are transparent and noted on our website. No surprises, no hidden fees. Our fees are inclusive of all registration fees, disbursements, and taxes.

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Has your Canadian Registered Charity or Federal Not-for-Profit received a "Notice of Pending Dissolution" from Industry Canada?


Are you on the board or are a Member of a Not-for-Profit formed under the Canada Corporations Act (“CCA”) that has failed to transition to the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act (“CNCA”)? If yes, it is likely that you have received, or will be receiving shortly, a notice of pending dissolution.

We have assisted many Not-for-Profits and Charities with continuance to the CNCA and would be happy to do so for your organization too. Our fees are generally 50% lower than other lawyers, so don’t hesitate; give us a call or send us an email now!

120 days following the “Notice of Pending Dissolution” from Industry Canada, the Corporation is dissolved and if the Corporation is a Registered Charity, its status is generally revoked within one or two years by the Canada Revenue Agency. We can work with you to get your Charity reinstated, but it is much better to prevent the dissolution of the Corporation, rather than dealing with reinstating it later on.

Do you want to check on the status of your Federal Canadian Corporation? Click on the link below to search:


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