James E. Johnson, Attorney
James E. Johnson II practices primarily in the areas of Probate and Trust Administration and Estate Planning. An Ohio native, Mr. Johnson graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor's degree in Linguistics from Miami University of Ohio in 1990, and he received his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 1995, where he was a recipient of the Timothy Walker Founder's Scholarship. Mr. Johnson spent three years living in Southern Finland and speaks Finnish and Swedish.
Mr. Johnson relocated to Florida in 1995 and has been a resident of the Palmetto area since 2000. He and his wife have two daughters and are members of Faith Lutheran Church of Parrish.
|Education:||Miami University Bachelor of Arts, Linguistics|
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