Stacey L. DiDomenico

  • Florida 2010
  • Michigan 2011
  • University of Michigan: B.A. 2001
  • Stetson University College of Law: J.D. 2009
  • Michigan Bar Association – Probate, Estate Planning and Business Law Sections
  • Oakland County Bar Association
  • The Florida Bar – Real Property, Probate Law Section and Out of State Division
  • Board Member, Secretary, Chair of Nomination and Governance Committee of Imerman Angels Michigan Professionals Board  (2017 – 2019)
  • Board of Directors of New Day Counseling  (2012 – 2019)
  • Board of Directors of the Motor City Symphony Orchestra (Warren Symphony Society, Inc.) (2014 – 2017)
  • Michigan Super Lawyers Rising Star: 2017 – 2019
  • Consequences of Failing to Disclose Known Contamination, State Bar of Michigan Real Property Law Section E-Newsletter, 2014

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(248) 489-8600

STACEY L. DIDOMENICO concentrates her practice on business and corporate law, real estate, employment matters and non-profit organization law. She regularly advises businesses on a variety of legal issues, such as formation, day-to-day governance and business contracts, as well as real estate issues including purchases, sales and leases.  She also assists individuals with acquiring real estate, whether a principal residence, vacation or investment property, including advising on issues such as ownership, contracts, leases and entity formation.  As a licensed attorney in both Michigan and Florida, she is especially suited to advise residents and property owners of both states on real estate and estate planning issues.  She believes in giving back and thoroughly enjoys helping non-profit organizations succeed.  Some examples of her work include:

  • Assisting closely held and medium-sized businesses in formation, operation, planning, restructuring and termination
  • Drafting and negotiating all types of business contracts, including bylaws and operating agreements, shareholder/member agreements, buy-sell agreements and stock/membership interest purchase agreements
  • Advising clients in connection with commercial and residential real estate acquisitions and sales, as well as lease drafting and negotiation
  • Successfully obtaining tax exempt status for non-profit organizations, including public charities and private foundations, and providing general legal counsel on all business matters
  • Counseling businesses on general employment-related contracts, including employment and independent contractor agreements, non-competition and confidentiality agreements, employment handbooks and employee benefit plans
  • Drafting executive compensation arrangements, including deferred compensation (409A plans) and split dollar life insurance agreements
  • Drafting Florida estate plans in conjunction with Couzens Lansky estate planning attorneys