Please note Leah is currently on a leave of absence and not accepting any new clients.
If you have a question about a previous matter, or would like a referral to another lawyer or other resources, please do not hesitate to reach out.
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Almost everyone who reaches out to me about estate planning asks what they can do to prepare for our first meeting. This is a great question, because it will make our initial consultation appointment more productive. After our consultation, clients often express their surprise at how much there is to consider, even when they thought their wills would be super simple.
There are a number of factors to consider when preparing your estate plan, and each one has its own set of mini factors. So, I’ve decided to create this blog series to help. I am dedicating a separate post to each of the main questions I will ask you to consider, and information I will ask you to gather.
COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on our lives and our livelihoods. As a small business owner, one of the many problems you may be facing is how to deal with contracts that you can no longer perform, due to the pandemic.
Hello! I’m so excited to introduce myself and my practice. I’m Leah (read more about me here). I created Woodhaven Law so that I can continue...
Early in my career I was a family law practitioner. While I no longer practice in this area, I am still frequently asked about family law matters. I would be happy to connect you with a great family law lawyer, so please do not hesitate to reach out for a referral!
If you are going through an uncontentious divorce and are comfortable handling the paperwork yourself, you may find this “Do your own Divorce” guide helpful.