Legal Assistance


Today's ministries often face difficult questions about how best to manage their operations in light of today's legal environment - questions like:

  • "What would we do if our ministry were sued?"
  • "What issues should we consider if we had to terminate an employee?"
  • "If a registered sex offender wanted to attend our church, what precautions should we consider?"
  • "How do we prepare for violence in the church?"
  • "How can we guard against liability related to church discipline?"

Whether or not you're a Brotherhood Mutual policyholder, you can find free, ministry-focused legal resources and services from LegalAssistance.

The LegalAssistance team at Brotherhood Mutual offers:

  • A clear understanding of ministry legal issues
  • A desire to see your ministry's legal issues resolved
  • Quick turn-around time

Learn more about LegalAssistance.*

*Important information: Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company (BMIC) is pleased to provide LegalAssistance as a complimentary resource.  The services BMIC offers through LegalAssistance are intended to provide general legal information to our current and prospective policyholders.  The information BMIC provides is intended to be helpful, but it does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for the advice from a licensed attorney in your area.  Accordingly, no attorney/client relationship is created through this process, and no legal advice will be provided.  BMIC strongly encourages you to regularly consult with a local attorney as part of your risk management program.  The legal notices and corporate privacy policy on the BMIC website also apply to those using LegalAssistance services.