Estate Planning Attorney
The Law Firm of Gina Leguria was founded in 2009, and we provide estate planning and elder law services in Modesto, California. We do everything possible to educate the public about the importance of planning ahead for the eventualities of aging. Our firm offers seminars on an ongoing basis, and Attorney Leguria also speaks at external events.
Gina attended Modesto Junior College before earning a bachelor’s degree from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. She went on to receive a Master of Business Administration from Golden Gate University in San Francisco. In 1999, she graduated from the McGeorge School of Law, the University of the Pacific with a Juris Doctor degree and passed the Bar exam on her first try.
Ms. Leguria’s experience includes working in the Stanislaus County CEO’s office, County Counsel, and as a senior advisor to the Stanislaus County Sheriff Department. Gina also worked in higher education with California State University Stanislaus and in the California Community College system as a Vice Chancellor for Human Resources for the Yosemite Community College District.
In 2009, Gina founded The Law Firm of Gina Leguria, and became a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys (AAEPA).
She has consistently completed at least 36 hours of annual Continuing Legal Education in estate planning, elder law, special need disability planning, and taxation. Gina is an active member of the California State Bar and has addressed numerous professional and community organizations as she regularly conducts public and private seminars on estate planning, elder law, and related matters.
Gina has combined a background in public service with a wide range of legal and personal experience to provide clients with a uniquely practical perspective on Estate Planning.
Gina has been married to her husband, Jack, for over 30 years. They have two adult daughters, Rosa, who is pursuing a career in healthcare and Sofia, a law student at Gonzaga University. When they are not at a sporting event, they enjoy heading to the mountains.
As a family with a child living with type one diabetes they are active supporters of the Diabetes Youth Families Organization’s Bearskin Meadow Camp and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Gina and her family are active parishioners at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church. She also serves on the Boards of several nonprofit organizations, including Stanislaus Estate Planning Council and United Cerebral Palsy Foundation of Stanislaus.