Whitlatch Address Card. Molly Whitlatch focuses on estate, trust and fiduciary litigation, including challenges to wills and pre-death transfers of money and property as a result of undue influence or incapacity. She also handles cases involving guardianships and professional fiduciary defense. Molly understands that trust, estate and guardianship disputes present unique challenges for clients and their families who may caring for or grieving the loss of a loved one, and she works to guide clients through what can be a difficult legal and emotional process. In addition, Molly handles business disputes, including breach of contract actions, shareholder disputes, and the enforcement and defense of non-compete covenants. Molly lives in Alamance County and is actively involved in the community as a volunteer and nonprofit board member for a number of different organizations. Molly works in both the Greensboro and the Graham offices. Molly A. Whitlatch Partner.
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When necessary to facilitate project development, Molly assists clients in drafting and advancing changes in the laws and regulations through the legislative and rule making processes. In addition to permitting and legislative work, Molly regularly litigates land use and environmental matters before local governments, and in state and federal court. In the last decade, Molly has developed a specialty helping clients address ongoing changes in the regulations affecting development within floodplains, including changes in floodplain mapping and evolving Endangered Species Act requirements. Early in her practice, Molly focused her efforts in telecommunications, appearing before dozens of tribunals as part of assisting several wireless telecommunication providers to launch and maintain their wireless networks in the Pacific Northwest. Molly serves on the board of VNF Solutions. Molly A. Lawrence Partner. Responsibilities include: coordinating the development of several complex floodplain and sediment transport models to assist in identifying flood risk; developing a multi-benefit approach to river management that addresses concerns about both flood risk and floodplain habitat for endangered fish species; coordinating with the Army Corps of Engineers regarding the operation of the Mud Mountain Dam and the General Investigation for the Puyallup River; and assisting with permitting for a replacement bridge over the White River, including approvals from the Federal Highway Administration, and NEPA, Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, and National Historic Preservation Act review. Responsibilities included: coordinating the SEPA EIS and Planned Action Ordinance; securing City approvals for a fifteen year Master Plan, three phase Site Plan, and several shoreline and construction permits; negotiating transportation mitigation agreements with the City; and negotiating agreements with neighbors to avoid project appeals.
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