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Diane J. Stoeberl, Esq., LL.M.

Senior Counsel | Nonprofit & Estate Planning Practice

Diane J. Stoeberl serves as Senior Counsel at FPLG, and is a member of the firm's nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations and estate planning practice groups.

Ms. Stoeberl has over 20 years of experience representing tax exempt organizations, as well as advising individuals with regard to estate planning and trust administration. During law school, Ms. Stoeberl served as an Editor of the Cornell Law Review, and as a research assistant for Professor Robert S. Summers. After law school, she served as a law clerk to the Honorable Jonathan H. Link, a Superior Court judge in Kenai, Alaska.

Ms. Stoeberl lives in Crozet, Virginia, and enjoys reading, walking, and spending time with her family and friends.


  • New York Bar
  • New Jersey Bar
  • Virginia Bar


  • Master of Laws in Taxation, New York University School of Law
  • Juris Doctor, Cornell Law School (cum laude)
  • Editor, Cornell Law Review
  • Bachelor of Arts, Government & Psychology, Cornell University

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • Charlottesville Area Planned Giving Council
  • Central Virginia Estate Planning Council
  • Charlottesville-Albemarle Bar Association
  • Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce

Teaching Engagements

  • Adjunct Professor of Taxation, Pace University School of Law

GAAP for Nonprofits

Aurora Training Advantage

FPLG Senior Counsel Chuck Borek will be presenting on GAAP for Nonprofits, the main method of communicating the fiscal health of an organization is its financial statements. Evaluating the status of a nonprofit organization, however, require metrics different from those applied to for-profit entities. For this reason, GAAP mandates special accounting methods and procedures for nonprofits; understanding those rules is essential to comprehending the performance and outlook of charities and other nonprofit organizations. In this webinar we will discuss the basic areas where nonprofit accounting and financial reporting differs from for-profits and what those differences reveal. The topics discussed will include: - How “equity” is reflected on a nonprofit’s financial statements - Reporting charitable contributions - The difference between accounting and tax rules - Understanding functional expense reporting - Nonprofit disclosures you should pay attention to


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