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Homa S. Woodrum, Esq. Rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell

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Martindale-Hubbell, a legal directory with roots going back to 1868 with its first directory of professional contacts, recently conducted a review process about the ethical standards and legal abilities of Homa S. Woodrum, Esq. of Woodrum Law LLC and reports a rating of 4.8 out of 5.0, AV Preeminent rating.  For those not involved in the legal field, this may seem nebulous (you can read more about the ratings here) but they are generated from the reviews of a lawyer’s peers in the community.

The practice areas reviewed included: Aged and Aging, Business Formation, Family Law, Elder Guardianship, Guardianship, Guardianship Administration, Civil Litigation, Wills and Probate, and Probate Administration.

Martindale-Hubbell Rating View

Martindale-Hubbell Rating View – Homa S. Woodrum, Esq.

Thank you to those that participated in the anonymous review process and who provided their comments as reflected below.  It is very humbling to have the encouragement of one’s peers and it is a trust that I take very seriously.

Reviewer Commentary

Reviewer Commentary

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Homa Sayyar Woodrum has been licensed to practice law in the State of Nevada since October 2007. She graduated from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada Las Vegas in May 2007 with her Juris Doctorate. Prior to law school she earned her BSBA in International Business at UNLV and has lived in Nevada since mid-2000 after relocating from Wasilla, Alaska. She practices in the areas of Business, Elder, Guardianship, Probate, and Estate Planning Law and started her practice in January 2014. She is an AV Rated Preeminent Attorney by Martindale and Avvo "Superb" Rated (9.8/10). In June 2015, Woodrum Law LLC welcomed Adam L. Woodrum, Esq. to the practice. He brought with him a number of years of experience in Criminal Law.

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