Christina S. Woods

T: (239) 514-1000
F: (239) 514-0377


New York University, LL.M., 1990

Drake University, J.D., with honors, 1986

University of Northern Iowa, B.A. in Accounting, 1983

Bar Admissions



Professional Involvement

American Bar Association

The Florida Bar
(Business and Tax Law Section)

The Texas Bar

Collier County Bar Association
(Trusts and Estates Section)

Collier County Women’s Bar Association

Community Involvement

Participate in local fundraisers for charitable organizations, which include organizations benefiting cancer, muscular dystrophy, and MS patients

Involved with fundraising activities with the Naples YMCA

Member of sorority alumni group

Professional Experience:

Christina Woods has practiced law in Southwest Florida since 2005 and has more than fifteen years of experience representing closely held and family owned businesses. Christina also focuses her practice area on matters such as mergers, acquisitions, formation and disposition of business entities. In addition, she addresses matters involving the operations of business entities, entity ownership, entity structure, individual tax planning, and business tax planning.

Practice Areas: Business Services

Areas of Concentration:

Representing clients, including, but not limited to, developers, professional groups, and business entrepreneurs, in planning and forming and/or restructuring businesses for business and tax law purposes

Representing clients with buy-sell planning and employee ownership planning

Advising clients in matters involving partnerships and limited liability companies, which includes drafting partnership and operating agreements

Representing clients in merger and acquisitions

Advising clients on tax issues and business issues which arise in complex business transactions and every day business operations

Representing professional businesses involving licensing requirements with the Florida Department of Business Professional Regulations

Representing nonprofit entities with respect to corporate formations and IRS compliance matters