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Morgan Wood Bembry is a business and estate planning lawyer in Lawrenceville, Georgia.  She joined her father, William B. Wood, in his practice in early 2013 because she wanted to gain the benefit of his years of experience and build her practice in general business law and state and local tax.  She is also developing an estate planning and administration practice, an area in which she concentrated in law school.


Wood & Bembry LLC advises business clients of all sizes on legal matters outside of the courtroom - from analyzing formation and organization issues, to negotiating routine agreements or significant deals, to dealing with state and local tax questions, to selecting and protecting trademarks.  The firm also works with individuals on their personal estate planning needs.

Morgan received her J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law, where she graduated cum laude in 2011 and served as managing editor of the Georgia Law Review.  During law school, Morgan interned with Judge Susan Tate of the Athens-Clarke County Probate Court and with the Georgia Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs.

Prior to law school, Morgan worked in marketing and communications for a large Atlanta law firm.  She earned her A.B.J., cum laude, from the University of Georgia, majoring in public relations.

Morgan is a Gwinnett County native and product of the Gwinnett County Public Schools, having graduated from Brookwood High School.  She now lives in Atlanta with her husband, William, and their dog, Abbey.  Morgan is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta Bar Association, and Georgia Association for Women Lawyers, serving on its Foundation Board since 2013.  She is also a member of the Georgia Conservancy and the Delta Gamma Atlanta Alumnae Chapter.


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Practice areas


  1. Wills: 40%
    4 years
  2. Corporate: 25%
    5 years
  3. Contracts: 20%
    5 years
  4. Intellectual Property: 10%
    5 years
  5. Tax: 5%
    4 years

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  • Molly Martin Anderson

    Ms. Bembry is a knowledgeable and dedicated advocate for her clients. She is a talented estate planning attorney and is very involved in the local legal community. I endorse this attorney.


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  • Benjamin James Osorio

    Morgan is an excellent attorney who is attentive to her clients' needs, delivering both great customer service but optimal results for them.


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Contact info

Wood & Bembry LLC

150 S Perry St Ste 150
Lawrenceville, GA, 30046-4847


GAActive Member in Good Standing 201107/15/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Rising StarGeorgia Super Lawyers2016
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyWood & Bembry LLC2013 - Present
AssociateLilenfeld PC2011 - 2013
Legal InternGeorgia Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs2010 - 2010
Legal InternAthens-Clarke County Probate Court2009 - 2009
Association namePosition nameDuration
Georgia Association for Women LawyersFoundation Board Member2013 - Present
Gwinnett County Chamber of CommerceN/A2013 - Present
State Bar of GeorgiaN/A2011 - Present
Georgia Association for Women Lawyers (Gwinnett County chapter)Neighborhood Networking Happy Hour Chair2013 - 2014
Atlanta Bar AssociationN/A2011 - 2013
Publication nameTitleDate
Georgia Association for Women LawyersThe GAWL Foundation’s Girl Scout Project – Badges Earned and Lessons Learned2014
Gwinnett Business JournalChoosing and Protecting Trademarks2013
Georgia Law ReviewIt Takes a Village: Considering the Other Interests at Stake When Extending Inheritance Rights to Posthumously Conceived Children2010
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Georgia School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2011
University of GeorgiaPublic RelationsABJ - Journalism2002