Natalie D. Wilhelm

Natalie D. WilhelmNatalie D. Wilhelm is a Partner at Mulvaney Barry. Ms. Wilhelm is a 1997 graduate of the William & Mary School of Law, where she was an Articles Editor for the William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review. She graduated cum laude from Duke University in 1993, receiving her undergraduate degrees in History and Music. Ms. Wilhelm’s practice focuses on business litigation, real property and creditors’ rights, with an emphasis on the representation of financial institutions in transactional and litigation matters. Her representation of national, regional and community banks includes new loan documentations as well as the workout or collection of existing commercial credits. Ms. Wilhelm assists the firm’s institutional clients with foreclosure, title, receivership and related creditors’ rights issues and also represents individuals and businesses in general civil disputes. Prior to joining Mulvaney Barry, Ms. Wilhelm’s practice included a range of business litigation and appellate work in Florida. Ms. Wilhelm is a member of the California Bar and the Florida Bar (Inactive) and is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Southern District of California and the Northern District of Florida. She is a member of the San Diego County Bar Association, Korean American Bar Association, and Pan Asian Lawyers of San Diego.

Ms. Wilhelm is an active supporter of numerous legal and community organizations. She has served on the Boards of Directors for a number of organizations, including the Korean American Bar Association of San Diego, Teen Volunteers in Action, the Pacific Beach Recreation Council, and Learn to Read of Northwest Florida. She enjoys serving as a volunteer mentor for high school students through the Crawford High School Academy of Law and for law students and young attorneys through various bar organizations and her alma maters.

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