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James Edvin Johnson II

Attorney With Greene Hamrick Quinlan & Schermer, P.A.

Board Certified Specialist in Elder Law

Legal Representation in Probate and Trust Administrations, Estate Planning, Guardianships for the Developmentally Disabled, and Medicaid Eligibility, Preparation and Application for clients in the Bradenton and Sarasota area.

James E. Johnson II is an attorney shareholder in the law firm of Greene Hamrick Quinlan & Schermer, P.A., which is located in downtown Bradenton, Florida. Mr. Johnson is board certified by the Florida Bar as a Specialist in Elder Law.

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Elder law is a very general term for legal issues which tend to affect an aging population. Generally, when people hear the term “Elder Law” what comes to mind is an elderly person in a nursing home who needs a lawyer’s assistance qualifying for Medicaid to pay for the care. In reality, Elder Law covers a broad spectrum of legal issues and areas. Our lawyers represent traditional elder law clients who are seeking Medicaid eligibility for their nursing home stay, but we also represent clients in estate planning, and probate and trust administrations.

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James E. Johnson, II,

Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney

Greene Hamrick Quinlan & Schermer, P.A.
601 12th Street West
Bradenton, FL 34205
Tel: (941)747-1871
Fax: (941)745-2866
Email: [email protected]
Providing legal representation in the greater Bradenton, Florida area.

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