Nuala has worked with nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations for more than ten years. While many of the organizations she helps are in the Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County area, Nuala has counseled and represented nonprofit organizations across the country.
By concentrating her law practice on nonprofit law, Nuala is able to bring a depth of knowledge and experience to organizations of all sizes: from small volunteer run charities to large nonprofit organizations with chapters in multiple states. She has worked with all types of tax-exempt entities: 501(c)(3) public charities and private foundations, as well as other types of nonprofit such as business leagues and social clubs.
Nuala brings an insight and enthusiasm to her work with nonprofits that comes from many years of volunteering and serving on nonprofit boards. Whether it is helping a brand-new nonprofit get started - or working with a long-established organization on compliance issues, she helps organizations to fulfill their missions. Nuala has counseled nonprofits on many issues that are unique to the world of nonprofits.
Working with individuals and families on estate planning is also an emphasis of Nuala’s practice. Her goal is to help clients create a plan that reflects their wishes and gives them peace of mind. Nuala has a particular interest in guardianship and conservator issues and is often appointed guardian ad litem for the Washtenaw County Probate Court.
Although Nuala has been an attorney in the State of Michigan since 1995, she began her legal career in Northern Ireland, specializing in litigation. Since moving to Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1992, Nuala attained an advanced law degree with a specialty in employment issues and passed the Michigan Bar. Her background in litigation and employment law add further dimension to her ability to counsel and represent clients.
Nuala can be reached at (734) 995-2500 or, firstname.lastname@example.org