A boutique law firm as unique as you are

No one wants a one-size-fits-all approach to their family or business and the law should be the same way. What an attorney brings to the table is the experience to see nuance in your goals when you reach out to them. When you retain Woodrum Law, you are not just a case number but a unique individual. You are able to share your situation with confidentiality and receive sound advice in return. Most people are likely not thrilled at the idea of considering assistance from an attorney but it is our hope that knowing you have an advocate on your side will lend you peace of mind to focus on the things that matter most to you.

Homa Woodrum, Esq.

Civil Law & Guardianship
(702) 850-2085

I have been licensed to practice law in the State of Nevada since October 2007 but have been a Nevada resident since 2000. I joke sometimes that I am a professional pessimist - clients need to hear the worst case scenarios so they can manage their expectations as a case progresses. All joking aside, an honest outlook is crucial to problem solving in the law.

I have experience with civil litigation, bankruptcy, immigration, business formation, and contract disputes but a large portion of my practice focuses on Elder Law and Guardianship. Just as litigating business deals gone bad can help with drafting sound contracts, assisting guardians in the management of the estates of both minors and incapacitated adults allows for a comprehensive approach to estate planning.

Estate Planning

What specific wishes do you have about your health care, finances, and property near and at the end of your life? Even if you don’t have specific wishes, an estate plan can help ease the stress for your loved ones so that they don’t have to worry and wonder what you would have wanted regarding things like hydration, nutrition,or resuscitation. Have you memorialized your wishes about whether you’d like to be buried or cremated. An advance directive, powers of healthcare and financial attorney, will, and a trust may be instruments to consider depending on your situation.


Real life guardianship scenarios can feel like being thrust into works of fiction - emotions are tense and the stakes are often equally high. In the case of minor guardianship, for example, a grandparent may find that they need the legal authority to care for a grandchild while the child's parent or parents are unable to care for them. Unlike adoption, which is highly scrutinized because it involves terminating the rights of a parent, guardianship can preserve familial connections while allowing the guardian to care for the child with legal authority. When money enters the equation, the care of an individual's bank accounts, business interests, and the like fall under what Nevada courts call guardianship of the estate. Adult guardianships hinge on the incapacity of the ward, their shown inability to manage their affairs (personal and/or financial) or even can be based on their consent to receiving court supervised assistance. You do not have to face the process alone at a difficult time.

Probate Administration

Probate involves the court supervised process of carrying out the estate planning wishes of the person that passed away (the decedent). Whether or not you have a will, your estate can be subjected to the probate process by which the will is proved. "Smaller" estates are streamlined under Nevada law but are no less important. Therefore, families don't often anticipate that while they are in the process of grieving, they will have to participate in legal process to wrap up the affairs of their loved one. Even uncontested probate has multiple steps to ensure proper oversight and to protect the wishes of the decedent.

Moonee Lee, Esq.

I have been a member of the State of Nevada Bar since 2009. I graduated from the University of Las Vegas, Nevada with honors in 2003, and the William S. Boyd School of Law in 2007. After law school, I worked at the Clark County District Attorney’s Office as a law clerk in the Criminal Appeals Unit. I took time off from the legal profess to raise a family. I returned to work and joined Woodrum Law LLC in 2016. My areas of practice include Adult and Minor Guardianship, Estate Planning, and Probate Administration. I also volunteer at the Ask-A-Lawyer Program and participate in the Clark County Pro Bono Project.

ShaLinda Harge

Legal Assistant