About Gregg WoodnickGregg is a graduate of the University of Arizona and earned his Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University (Sandra Day O'Connor) College of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Arizona with special permission to practice criminal law on the Fort McDowell/Pima Tribal Court. Gregg represents clients in matters pending in courts throughout Arizona and serves as a Court Appointed Advisor to the Maricopa County Superior Court.
In addition to representing parties in Criminal, Divorce and Custody matters, Gregg represents parents accused of neglect and child abuse in both Juvenile and Family courts. Gregg is frequently called upon by other attorneys as a consultant in cases involving maltreatment of children and sentence mitigation.
In his limited spare time Gregg enjoys hiking and spending time with his two boys.
Directory Practice Areas
- Criminal Law
- Family Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Member, Arizona State Bar|
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Blog: My Arizona Divorce Lawyer
Parenting Disaster Implications of Protective Orders What Happens to Children When Parent’s Split? Do Grandparents Have Rights When it Comes to their Grandchildren? Munchausen by Proxy? Can Refusing Your Kid McDonald’s Make You Unfit to Parent? Jersey Girl Sues Parents: What to Make of the Rachel Canning Case Getting Back Baby Jack – Putative Father Registration and Consent to Adoption in Arizona The Importance of Family Counseling in Dissolution and Legal Decision Making Disputes
Blog: My Arizona Child Abuse and Neglect Attorney
Parenting Disaster Implications of Protective Orders Clerical Miracle? Whose Team are they on? CPS Removal and TDM Meetings Parents’ Medical Nightmare Former NFL Player Indicted Munchausen by Proxy? Getting Back Baby Jack – Putative Father Registration and Consent to Adoption in Arizona The Importance of Counseling in Domestic Disputes