Minnesota Church Law – Gary C. Dahle, Attorney at Law.

Minnesota Church Law - Gary C. Dahle, Attorney at Law

Minnesota Church Law

Church Law Topics

Attorney Gary C. Dahle – Legal Services to Minnesota Churches

Minnesota Church Law is comprised of Chapter 315, and Chapter 317A, of the Minnesota Statutes, the judicial interpretations found in such statutes, and various other Minnesota statutes relating to Minnesota Church Law, including Real Property Tax Exemptions, Minnesota church cemeteries, and clergy employment issues – among others.

  • Chapter 315, is a body of quasi-corporate Minnesota Church Law which loosely governs Minnesota religious corporations, societies, and certain churches;
  • Chapter 317A comprises the Minnesota Church Law corporate statutes which have comprehensively governed all Minnesota “non-profit corporations” since 1991 – including, but not limited to, many Minnesota Church Corporations.

Since 1992, Attorney Gary C. Dahle has represented a variety of Minnesota churches – Baptist, Evangelical, Lutheran, Pentecostal, Presbyterian, and independent churches, with respect to various aspects of Minnesota Church Law – including:,

Minnesota Church Attorney Gary C. Dahle has represented churches located in the Minnesota cities of Arden Hills, Blaine, Bloomington, Chaska, Corcoran, Coon Rapids, Eden Prairie, Fridley, Mounds View, Roseville, St. Louis Park, and Wyoming.

Minnesota Church Law

Gary C. Dahle – Attorney at Law

2704 County Road 10, Mounds View, MN 55112

Phone:  763-780-8390

Fax:     763-780-1735

gary@dahlelaw.com

Minnesota Church Law - Gary C. Dahle, Attorney at Law

For additional information on Minnesota Chapter 315 churches, see Dahlelaw.com, or https://dahlelawchurches.com/minnesota-chapter-315-churches/

For additional information on Minnesota Chapter 317A churches, see Dahlelaw.com, or https://dahlelawchurches.com/minnesota-chapter-317a-corporations/