Estate Planning Focused Intently On You And Your Family

We are devoted exclusively to your estate

and business succession planning 

 

a mother daughter 

estate planning team

Giving you the tools to protect your family.

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What We Provide

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Comprehensive Estate Planning

Competence You Can Count On

As members of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys (AAEPA) we have committed to staying on the cutting edge of our areas of practice. We undertake 36 hours of continuing legal education every year, specifically in estates and trusts law, elder law, and tax law. 

We do the work to keep all of our families protected.

Child Guardianship Planning

Protecting your Children

Wood Legal Group, LLP has an experienced team ready to show you how to ensure your minor children are protected in the event something unforeseen happens to you.  We offer our legal expertise to serve families of all types and sizes.

Give us a call today! 626-898-9195

Trust Administration

Here for you

Our team is here to assist the family left behind after the loss of a loved one.

Trust Administration is a process triggered by the death of the creator of the family trust. It involves carrying out the wishes of the deceased, managing the property in the trust and facilitating the transfer of trust property to the beneficiaries.

Managing assets should not be your loved ones' primary concern at this time. We will walk them through the process and help them address any legal issues that may arise.

 

Probate Litigation

Proven Success

Probate comes into play when a relative dies without an estate plan in place. They may have left a will, or they may have died "intestate" (without a will).  The probate court oversees carrying out the wishes of the deceased, directing the executor to notify creditors, pay debts, manage the property, and facilitate the transfer of estate property to the beneficiaries of a will or the heirs at law.

 

No grieving family should have to face probate court proceedings alone.

 

Wood Legal Group can help loved ones get through this process and address the complex legal requirements in a timely and complete fashion.