Garfield Langmuir-Logan is the Senior Partner of Logan Law, ALC, a law firm based in Aliso Viejo, where he specializes in Trust and Estate Planning, Transactional and Real Property Law.
Born in Toronto, Canada, of Scottish parents, Garfield grew up in Manhattan Beach, California and studied at the University of Southern California, where he received his B.A cum laude. He went on to Loyola Law School where he received his Juris Doctorate. He was admitted to the State Bar (California) in 1979 and is certified to Practice in all California Courts as well as the United States Federal Court (Central District).
In 1994, he formed the first limited liability company (LLC) in the state of California and works to stay on the forefront of tax and asset protection strategies and techniques.
He has served on the Orange Catholic Foundation Board of Directors since 2002 and has previously served on the boards of St. Catherine's Military School in Anaheim, St. Margaret's of Scotland in San Juan Capistrano, and St. Anne's in Laguna Niguel. Garfield has been a member of Legatus, which is an organization comprised of Catholic CEO's dedicated to studying, practicing, and spreading the faith, since 1992, and a member of the Legatus Forum since its inception.