Gregg is the managing attorney at Woodnick Law, PLLC in Phoenix, Arizona. Gregg is a former adjunct law professor, and has lectured for Yale University, Midwestern College of Osteopathic Medicine, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University. Gregg has also served as a faculty member, guest lecturer and trainer at forums throughout Arizona involving the Title 8 Registry, Safe-Haven, Court Appointed Advisors and polices impacting child abuse and neglect litigation.
Leslie is a partner with Woodnick Law and has been practicing family law exclusively since graduating cum laude from ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. She is known for her exclusive dedication to family law and her specialization in resolving financial issues involved in divorces. Leslie’s practice ranges from helping military parents resolve relocation issues to same sex parenting time issues to financially complex cases with tax implications, corporate dissolutions for business owners, intricate asset divisions and forensic accounting.
A graduate of University of Toledo College of Law, Brad joined Woodnick Law after serving as an Assistant Arizona Attorney General. Brad is respected for his strong litigation skills, staunch commitment to nurturing client relationships, and ability to quickly understand the critical issues and determine an approach that works for the client. Brad has been recognized in the legal community for his successful defense against allegations of child abuse and neglect in criminal court, juvenile court, and family court.
Markus joined Woodnick Law as a law clerk in 2012. Markus graduated cum laude from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Markus’s approach to the practice of law begins with a level head no matter the intensity of the client’s crisis. He embodies the firm’s holistic approach to helping clients, which includes not only resolving their current legal issues, but giving them the knowledge and confidence they need to move forward with their lives after the dust has settled.
As a former Assistant Attorney General, Kaci provided legal counsel for the Arizona Department of Economic Security. She also worked as a litigator for the Attorney General’s Department of Child Support Services, where she established, modified, and enforced child support orders pursuant to Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. Kaci uses her wide array of experience to develop dynamic strategies that lead to an efficient resolution of her client’s matters.