With an LL.M. in Taxation and an undergraduate degree in Finance, Kayleigh Dulaney advises individuals, partnerships, closely held businesses and charitable organizations in a diverse range of tax-related areas including entity formation, real estate transactions, corporate transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and federal and state tax law. She also provides clients with planning services such as succession planning, estate planning, special needs planning, probate administration, and the preparation of wills and powers of attorney. Dulaney advises nonprofit entities in applying for, obtaining and maintaining tax-exempt status. She is well suited to address a variety of tax disputes and compliance issues at the local, state and federal levels.
As the parent of a son with Down syndrome, Dulaney is active in the special needs community shouting the worth of individuals with special needs! She enjoys applying her background in estate planning and as a fellow special needs parent to help educate and provide advice to other families on the best ways to plan for the futures of their loved ones.
Dulaney was included in the inaugural edition of the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch for her work in Tax Law, and Trusts and Estates. In 2018, Mid-South Super Lawyers named Dulaney a “Rising Star” in Taxation. She was also selected as a Top Attorney by Arkansas Life magazine, a publication of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, in 2019.
While earning her LL.M. at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Dulaney was selected to serve as a Graduate Student Editor for the Florida Tax Review. During her time at the UALR Bowen School of Law, she was the Executive Editor of the UALR Law Review and a member of the Trial Competition Team. Dulaney also worked in the UALR Tax Clinic representing clients in both state and federal tax controversies.
Dulaney is a Board Member for The Guardians, a group of young professionals whose goal is to support Easterseals Arkansas in its mission to help children and adults with disabilities achieve independence. She regularly conducts presentations for families, organizations and other practitioners on the topic of special needs planning. She is also a participant in Leadership Greater Little Rock, Class XXXV.
Dulaney is a member of the American Bar Association, including its Tax section, the Arkansas Bar Association, including its Tax section, and the Pulaski County Bar Association.