Romola has a broad range of experience in transactional matters. Her areas of experience are Estate Planning, Probate and Administration, and Non-Profit Law Corporate law. Her clients include individuals, senior, small businesses, artists - filmmakers, dancers, writers - and members of the LGBTQ community....
Filmmakers and Other Artists
We work with artists, filmmakers, music artists as well as other artists, to protect their intellectual property as well as ensure compliance with all aspects of production.
We work with entrepreneurs at first to set up their businesses and then with protecting their brand, and contract drafting and negotiation.
We work with individuals, seniors and LGBTQ individuals to plan for the distribution their assets, incapacity, and the care of minor children.
Probate & Administration
On the passing of a loved one, we work with executors and administrators to probate wills and administer estates.
We voluteer with several legal non-profits to help provide legal services to those who would otherwise not be able to afford it.
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Drafting Considerations for your Non-Profit's Bylaws.
What are Bylaws and why are they necessary?
Bylaws are the rules that govern the internal organization and functioning of a non-profit. They are the guidelines the organization’s members follow to resolve conflict and to make decisions on an organizational level. Without bylaws, members are running the risk of bringing all of their activities to a halt when they don’t agree on a particular expenditure, or on what activities the organizations will participate in, or on whether they want to remove someone from the organization. The bylaws are a necessary and important document and great care should be taken when drafting them.
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