Angela M. Wilson-Goodman
Angela M. Wilson-Goodman
Angela M. Wilson-Goodman works with a range of private clients, including parents, families, and individuals who need help protecting what is most important to them: first their children, next their assets they have worked hard to acquire, and always and essentially, their overall legal rights. As a working mom herself, Mrs. Wilson-Goodman shows through her work and dedication to her clients, how critical it is to protect all facets of the family.
When asked to discuss how she represents her clients, Mrs. Wilson-Goodman’s response is
“The strongest asset I bring to my law practice is my personality. I am diligent and tenacious, and I think "outside the box", which means I will explore all reasonable avenues and alternatives to help my clients get the best results for them and their family. There is no "cookie-cutter" solution to family law so why should a family law attorney approach every single case the same way? I am frank and forthright with my clients, giving them an honest, realistic opinion on what they are facing, not a sugar-coated sales pitch. I firmly believe in educating my clients as to the issues they are facing, good and bad, so that the client can make the best decision for them. I have the skills to craft an appropriate settlement agreement where settlement is appropriate, and I am an aggressive litigator who will pursue all reasonable angles when a case has to go to trial.”
Mrs. Wilson-Goodman is the founder and owner of the well established law firm, Wilson-Goodman Law Group, PLLC. In 1997, Mrs. Wilson-Goodman started the Wilson Law Office, five years later she brought in a partner and the firm was known as Wilson-Goodman & Fong. The practice has since evolved to Wilson-Goodman Law Group, as a way to enhance the expertise the practice can offer, and has grown into two locations, one in Gilbert and one in Queen Creek. These clients come to Mrs. Wilson-Goodman from all over the Phoenix Metropolitan area, because of her name and reputation. Mrs. Wilson-Goodman can handle all level of legal issues, from basic child support or uncontested divorce, to couples who have complex custody matters, or those that have unique issues because of significant business holdings and established high net worth. But regardless of the difficulty of the case, Mrs. Wilson-Goodman dedicates herself to each client in the manner that each client needs of her and her practice and she maintains focused on her clients’ goals.
Mrs. Wilson-Goodman wants her clients and the community in general to benefit from her vast and involved experience with the sensitive issues of family law. She helps educate and assist those seeking legal information through contributions to AVVO, a website that provides online general legal advice. Mrs. Wilson-Goodman also posts articles on the firm website, posts links to interesting and informative articles on the firm Facebook page, and provides general advice through her family law blog on the firm’s website.
Mrs. Wilson-Goodman graduated in 1992 with Honors from the University of New Mexico, majoring in Communication and earned her law degree from the Arizona State University College of Law in 1996. Since then, Mrs. Wilson-Goodman has not only grown her practice, but her family as well. She and her husband have two boys and when Mrs. Wilson-Goodman is not in her office with clients or in the court room, you will find her spending as much time with her family as possible, as well as poolside, as she is an avid swim team mom.
Areas of Practice
- Bankruptcy Law
- Business & Commercial Law
- Business Organizations
- Child Support
- Construction Law
- Custody & Visitation
- Employment Law -- Employee
- Employment Law -- Employer
- Family Law
- Labor Law
- Litigation & Appeals
- Arizona, 1996
- Arizona State University, College of Law, Tempe, Arizona
- J.D. - 1996
- University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico
- B.S. - 1992
- Major: Communications
Professional Associations and Memberships
- State Bar of Arizona, Member
- Maricopa County Bar Association, Member