Ethan G. Wood
Ethan represents clients in a variety of legal areas in New Hampshire Courts and local land use and planning boards. He has successfully represented planning and land use clients before the New Hampshire Supreme Court. He also represents a number of condominium and homeowner associations around New Hampshire and has assisted clients in creating condominium development.
Ethan represents landlords with all manner of landlord/tenant disputes, including evictions. He has experience litigating neighbor and property disputes, boundary issues, and land use issues. Ethan has experience with residential real estate transactions and lease agreements. He also maintains an estate planning, trust administration, and probate practice, including some Massachusetts clients, where he is also licensed. Ethan also has helped clients set up and represented limited liability companies and represents some corporations.
Prior to law school, Ethan spent 15 years as a healthcare consultant helping state and federal clients identify fraud, waste, and abuse in public health systems like Medicaid and the Department of Veterans Affairs, helping these systems recover tens of millions of dollars of inappropriately spent public funds. His work consulting work took him all over the United States, prior to moving to Massachusetts to attend law school. Ethan attended law school at night while working full time in the Boston area. After graduating from law school, he moved back to Laconia where he is originally from in order to practice law with his father where he gained experience in a number of different areas of law. When Ethan's father retired from the practice of law at the end of 2019, he joined this firm.
He is involved in the community and has been a member of the Board of Directors for a number of non-profit organizations, including the New Hampshire Association for Justice, the Belknap County Bar Association, the Laconia Historic and Museum Society, and Laconia Little League.
J.D., New England Law | Boston, 2015
B.A., Gettysburg College, 1999