Garland G. Graham
Practice Areas

General Corporate

Mergers and Acquisitions

Low Income Housing Tax Credits

Education

University of Florida, B.A., with honors, 1996

University of Florida, J.D., with honors, 1999

Bar Admissions

North Carolina

Professional Activities

North Carolina Lawyers for Entrepreneurs Assistance Program (NC LEAP), past Chair

North Carolina Bar Association, Business Law Section, past Council Member

Awards and Publications

Woodward/White, Inc., The Best Lawyers in America, corporate, 2009-2017

Business North Carolina, Legal Elite, business law, 2012-2014

Named 2014 Citizen Lawyer by the North Carolina Bar Association

Triad Business Journal, “40 Under 40”

BizLife Magazine, “Movers and Shakers”

Community and
Civic Activities

Greensboro Rotary Club, member of the Board of Directors

Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro Future Fund (past member of the Board)

Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network, Founder 

 

Garland G. Graham

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Phone 336.370.8843
Fax 336.217.9043
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230 North Elm Street
Suite 1500
Greensboro, NC 27401


Garland Graham’s practice focuses on all stages of the life of a business entity, whether it be a limited liability company, limited partnership, corporation or nonprofit corporation. Ms. Graham counsels clients on entity formation, financing, mergers and acquisitions and general commercial contract issues. She regularly prepares and reviews letters of intent, LLC operating agreements, limited partnership agreements, shareholder agreements, employment agreements, confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements, buy/sell agreements, and other core documents for various types of business entities. She also spends much of her time advising clients on financing matters, from negotiating term sheets with lenders to reviewing and revising loan documents and preparing required legal opinions.

Ms. Graham has extensive experience representing both for-profit and nonprofit developers in the acquisition and development of affordable housing projects, utilizing financing sources including conventional construction loans, state and federal funding programs (NCHFA, CICCAR, CDBG, etc.) and syndication of Low Income Housing Tax Credits.  

Ms. Graham’s experience includes negotiation and preparation of complex joint venture agreements between equity funds and local developers for development of mixed-use communities. 

Ms. Graham is married to Gary. They have one young son, three horses, three dogs and a menagerie of rescued farm animals. She also is the founder of Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network (www.reddogfarm.com).