Consilium Spotlight – Jared Wood

Jared Wood was among our inaugural cohort of Consilium trainees, and is now part of the vanguard of those implementing the Consilium® Process.

After graduating from the University of Utah, Jared attended Boston College Law School, graduating in 2006. After graduating from law school, he became a law clerk to the Justices of the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court prior to becoming a family law practitioner with excellent Boston law firms. In 2015, he co-founded his own law practice, Egloff and Wood (Newton, MA), where he now applies expertise and compassion to help people navigate the landscape of complex domestic relations litigation. Jared’s experience is wide-ranging, from safety concerns and domestic violence to custody, support, parentage, paternity and complex asset resolutions. Jared is also familiar with handling same-sex divorces and their related issues.

In addition to being a highly competent, full-service attorney, Jared is also certified to provide Limited Assistance Representation for all matters in the Probate and Family Court, which allows him to represent clients for isolated matters, such as preparing the paperwork steps leading up to a trial, ghost-writing pleadings and court filings, and preparing divorce agreements.

When asked how the Consilium training would impact his family law practice, Jared said “it strengthened my existing skills to provide thoughtful, compassionate, and comprehensive legal advice and representation for my clients by focusing more on their individual circumstances and those of their families. Jared also said that one of his top personal takeaways from the Consilium training was the added knowledge that a more thorough understanding of his clients’ children and their support networks, would help him better understand and address his clients’ needs.

When Jared is not working on resolving cases of family law, he enjoys cooking, baking, and exploring new restaurants.

With enormous pleasure, we welcome Jared as a Consilium Certified Attorney!

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