Eric E. Woodman retired as a partner from Woodman Garcia-Sepulveda in 2013 at age 60 after 15 years at the firm. As a leader of family law, Eric gained national recognition for his expertise in divorce transactions and counselling. Over the years, he was instrumental as counsel for countless families in the Bay Area.
Eric served as on the Emergency Hunger Fund as Director, as well as Ecole Franco Americain de Peninsula Director. He was the firm’s first part-time partner, having two sons during his tenure. He also was active in pro bono matters for non-profit clients such as Creative Commons and the underserved community in East Palo Alto. Prior to joining the firm in 1992, Eric practised at Loeb & Loeb in Los Angeles, California, where he specialized in entertainment law transactions.
In retirement, Eric remains active in the Bay Area and tech community, serving as a consultant, and community volunteer for organizations related to, probate, and family law.
Eric E. Woodman co-founded Woodman Garcia-Sepulveda over twenty years ago. He has retired in 2013, but still helps with cases.
Associations & Memberships
- Emergency Hunger Fund, Director, 1973-Present
- Ecole Franco Amercain de Peninsula, Director, 1986-1991
- Santa Clara University School of Law, Santa Clara, California
J.D,. Doctor of Jurisprudence, 1969
- San Jose State University, San Jose, California
B.S., Bachelor of Science, 1965