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One of the most often repeated pieces of advice for entrepreneurs is to get a great attorney and accountant. Those that have seen the seedy underbelly of business know full well the devastating consequences that can come from a hastily executed agreement that goes south or lack of planning that leads to financial woes come tax time.
When property is involved, the importance of this advice is increased ten-fold. And for a non-profit that is relying on the governance of a board and support of contributions as well as customers, there is no way to overestimate why great legal and financial counsel are an absolute must.