Probate And Estate Administration
Assistance For Your Elder Law Concerns
Growing older brings up some of life’s most important legal decisions. How will you leave your fingerprints on the world? How can you best take care of an aging loved one? How do you navigate the complex legal processes to wrap up the affairs of a loved one who has passed away?
At William A. Johnson, P.A., you will find answers to these and countless other questions. Based in Melbourne, we provide caring and compassionate guidance for people throughout Brevard County.
Answering Your Questions On Long Term Care
Learn more about taking care of your older loved ones in this answer book written by attorney Johnson himself.
Experience And Credentials You Can Rely On
Our attorney is a certified specialist in elder law through The Florida Bar. No other lawyers in Brevard County hold this distinction, and only a small number of lawyers across the state have attained this degree of specialization.
Attorney Johnson has devoted his entire career — nearly 25 years — to elder law, estate planning, probate and guardianships. Because he only practices in these areas, he offers an in-depth level of knowledge and experience you won’t find at more general practices.
In addition to his longstanding legal practice, attorney Johnson is active in the elder law community. He regularly contributes his time and knowledge to charitable organizations. Explore more.
Making Sure Your Estate Plan Is Up To Your Standards
Many individuals in Florida often put off developing a proper estate plan for years. Some are confident they won’t be going away anytime soon, while others are uncomfortable with the subject matter. Unfortunately, those who procrastinate for too long can put their assets at risk, which could result in the wrong people inheriting your property and potential family squabbles to come shortly afterwards.
No matter what stage you are at in your estate plan, our attorneys are willing to help. We can review what you have established or help you start from scratch so that you can leave our office feeling more comfortable about your future. If you have a completed will or trust, our attorneys can also help you update it in case it requires any serious changes.