Mark Maland was born in New Hyde Park, New York, just following the end of the second World War. After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and receiving his J.D. from Wake Forest University, began a wonderfully diverse career.
He was admitted to the N.C. State Bar and U.S. Tax Court in 1977, as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit in 1978.
Mr. Maland has an incredible array of experience in financial law, from bankruptcy, tax, corporate, and estate planning law. Mr. Maland is also a committed community member, serving on the boards for his local United Way chapter and the Pasquotank-Camden public library. He is also a member of the Historic Preservation Committee for Elizabeth City, N.C.
Born New Hyde Park, New York, September 30, 1948; admitted to bar, 1977, North Carolina and U.S. Tax Court; 1978, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (A.B., 1970); University of Connecticut at Storrs (M.B.A., 1972); Wake Forest University (J.D., cum laude, 1977). Managing Editor, Wake Forest Law Review, 1976-1977. Author: Note, “Qualified Immunity for School Board Members – A Standard for Determining Good Faith Under 42 U.S.C. Section 1983,” Wake Forest Law Review, Vol. 11, P. 720, 1975. Adjunct Faculty Member, College of Albemarle, 1979–. Estate and Gift Tax Group, Internal Revenue Service, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1975-1977. Trustee, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Panel, Eastern District of North Carolina, 1985-1991.
Bar & Affiliations
North Carolina State Bar; North Carolina Bar Association (Member, Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section); First Judicial District Bar.
Practice Areas: Bankruptcy; Estate Planning; Administrative; Corporate; Taxation; Elder.
Personal & Community
Member, Albemarle Area United Way Board (Chairman 2006-2007 ); Member Pasquotank-Camden Library Board (Chairman, 2009-) ; Former Member, Historic Preservation Committee for Elizabeth City, N.C.