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Edward Wacks
Featured Lawyer
Estate Planning Law

110 S Jefferson Rd, Whippany, NJ 07981, USA


Edward Wacks was admitted to the Bar of New Jersey in April, 1968. He is also admitted to the United States District Court for New Jersey and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. In 1981 he was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. He is a 1964 graduate of Rutgers College with a BA Degree in Economics (and a minor in Art History) and a 1967 graduate of the Rutgers School of Law, Newark, New Jersey being awarded the degree of Juris Doctor. While in law school, he learned to search land titles and performed searching services for independent abstractors. Mr. Wacks assisted Professor Norman Williams in the writing of his treatise "Williams - American Land Planning Law" and authored with Professor Williams an article entitled "Segregation of Residential Areas Along Economic Lines; Lionshead Lake Revisited", which was published in the Wisconsin Law Review, (1969). He established a practice of law in Morris County, New Jersey in 1968 after serving his active duty with the New Jersey National Guard and has been a Morris County, New Jersey attorney since his admission to the Bar.

Peter Welch
Charter Member
Estate Planning Law

316 Second Street SE, Suite 124, Cedar Rapids, IA 52403


Sabrina Winters
Charter Member
Estate Planning Law

6406 Carmel Road, 301, Charlotte, NC 28226


A personal family situation almost 15 years ago led me to a career in helping families avoid what I and my family were forced to deal with. Estate Planning, Elder Law and Probate are my passion. As a National and local chapter member of NAELA (National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys), member of ElderCounsel and The Charlotte Estate Planning Counsel, my firm can assist clients with “Planning today for their family’s tomorrow”. No matter what stage in life, there needs to be an estate plan that is drafted properly and meets each clients’ needs, wishes and goals.

Hugh Woodrow
Charter Member
Estate Planning Law

21 E Long Lake Rd, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304, USA


Hugh A. Woodrow, a graduate of Wayne State University and Michigan State Law, has been practicing law in Michigan for over 20 years, and has a background in accounting and finance. His vast experience covers a wide variety of legal matters ranging from corporate and business dealings to family law, real estate, contract drafting and negotiations, and estate planning. Hugh’s work experience encompasses working on site at one of Detroit’s major automobile manufacturers, small and large firm experience as well as Chief General Counsel and Director of Finance for a conglomerate of privately held corporations. Hugh has handled Federal matters across the United States and also has international experience with dealings in the Europe and Canada.Hugh’s efforts and outside the box thinking brings an assortment of solutions to our client’s needs. He leverages a unique mix of strategic and analytical expertise to consistently exceed performance goals by aligning talents, effort, and knowledge with organizational objectives. Hugh’s attention to detail, coupled with his ability to listen and understand the client’s situation and concerns, allows him to repeatedly surpass client expectations and achieve excellent results

Wendy Yates
Charter Member
Estate Planning Law

207 E Main St, Brenham, TX 77833, USA


Wendy Yates practices primarily in the areas of estate planning, elder law, probate, guardianship, and real estate. She can help you develop estate and business plans to your particular needs and wishes regardless of whether your estate is small or very large. She has helped clients plan for long term care, Medicaid, and family members with special needs as well as passing down family land, transitioning family businesses, protecting assets, and preserving wealth. She prepares simple and tax-planned Wills, revocable, irrevocable and special needs trusts, marital property agreements, contracts, business agreements, financial and medical powers of attorney, guardianship designations and other estate planning and business documents. She represents executors, administrators, guardians, and beneficiaries in probate and guardianship proceedings and trust and estate administrations, including family settlement agreements, mediations, and annual and final accountings. She also represents trustees and trust beneficiaries regarding funding, administering, modifying and terminating trusts. She prepares estate tax returns, annual gift tax returns, private letter rulings, and counsels clients regarding estate, gift, and generation-skipping tax matters. In addition, she assists people in buying, selling, and leasing residential, rural, and commercial properties and negotiating oil and gas leases. She works closely with clients’ trusted financial advisors, accountants, insurance agents and others to help clients reach their goals. South Texas College of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2002, admitted to practice in Texas.