At Valenti Hanley PLLC, we work with various types of public and private entities, including cities, counties, state agencies, school districts, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, health care facilities and private businesses, which are interested in obtaining funds for economic development activities and various governmental purposes.
This includes assisting in:
- Constitutional law
- Municipal law
- Public and commercial finance law
- Securities law
- Zoning issues
- Job creation
- Tax law
Our talented legal team will tailor a financial plan to meet the goals of your municipality, agency or business. We work closely with investment bankers, commercial bankers, trust departments and others in the municipal law industry throughout Kentucky to make this happen. We have the perspective and experience of a veteran large firm with the tailored and personalized approach of a small local firm.
Contact our firm in Louisville for more information about municipal law. You can also call 502-410-3882 or toll free at 866-617-6209.
Targeting Your Priorities
With coordinated legal collaboration with your attorney, your company or business can achieve job creation, increased commerce and community growth. Our attorneys provide legal services to finance new projects and fuel the development of economies and communities. We help entities fund projects such as environmental plans, solid waste disposal facilities, sewage facilities, housing, school district expansion and commercial facilities.
These projects are funded with general-obligation bonds, 501(c)(3) bonds, health care bonds, solid waste disposal facility bonds, qualified small-issued bonds and other private activity bonds. We represent entities such as:
- State government agencies
- School districts
- 501(c)(3) entities
- Health care facilities
- Private companies
Guidance For Nonprofits On Obtaining 501(c)(3) Status
As municipal law attorneys, we work closely with issues involving 501(c)(3) status. Section 501(c)(3) of the tax code exempts nonprofit organizations from federal income tax. This status can apply to nonprofits, including foundations, corporations and educational organizations. We educate clients about the advantages and disadvantages of obtaining 501(c)(3) status and provide legal counsel during the application process.