Wayne Hood is an attorney admitted to practice law in Maryland and Washington, D.C., with a focus on estate planning. He is the founder of Infinite Estate Planning, a firm that helps clients learn how to grow generational wealth and protect their legacy through collaborative estate planning. Prior to starting his own firm, Wayne worked for a firm consulting MLB agents regarding player valuation and contract negotiations, analyzing player and coaching markets in the MLB and NCAA, and defending players and employees regarding grievances and fee disputes. Additionally, he interned with labor unions SEIU and AFGE while in law school, fighting for workers’ rights.
Wayne holds a Juris Doctor from The Catholic University of America – Columbus School of Law, and a master’s degree in Public Administration as well as a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Corrections from Old Dominion University.
Infinite Estate Planning, which was created to help clients build generational wealth and protect their legacy, aims to help its clients become the pillars for their family and community. The firm offers estate planning services that create a personalized estate plan to protect their clients’ legacy and the things they’ve worked hard for. They also provide the necessary resources to help clients build generational wealth, ensuring that the next generation is taken care of. Finally, they expand clients’ financial literacy by providing a better understanding of how money works, so they can take full advantage of opportunities presented to them.