A Multi-State Trust and Estate Practice.
Founder / Managing Member
For over 30 years, our founder, Abby Wool Landon, has been helping her clients plan for their future, and the future of their families, applying her expertise in estate planning, business succession and tax planning, and probate and trust administration. Abby brings a personalized hands-on approach to each of her client’s needs.
Ted helps his clients resolve conflicts and solve problems. In 2008, he graduated from Willamette College of Law magna cum laude, with a certification in Dispute Resolution. He spent his early years in the legal profession in eastern Oregon and western Idaho, handling any civil litigation matters that came through the door including wrongful death, legal malpractice defense, landlord tenant law, employment law, as well as, contested guardianship, conservatorship, trust and will contest matters.
Legal Student Associate
Kaleb Eidsvoog is a J.D. candidate at Lewis & Clark Law School expected to graduate in May of 2021. Kaleb, a Portland native, ventured south and spent six years in Arizona pursuing his education and working in college athletics. In 2018 Kaleb returned to Portland to begin his legal career.
Britt joined Wool Landon after working for legal organizations in Washington, D.C. for nearly ten years. She has always been fascinated by the law’s ability to impact an individual’s life. This passion is exemplified by the fact that she worked in domestic relations litigation before focusing on appeals arising from child neglect and abuse cases.
After nearly a decade in education, the legal field is a change of pace for Eric. The skills and experiences gained from teaching, as well as his personal strengths, have transferred smoothly to legal work, making him a great asset as a Junior Paralegal at Wool Landon.
Zenora Lojkovic Burris brings her unique set of technical skills to the estate planning world as Junior Paralegal at Wool Landon.
A team player at heart, Teagan is ready to bring a can-do attitude to support Wool Landon’s clients.