Wills and Estates


Attorney Bill Johnson has been preparing wills for clients in Florida and Georgia for over 16 years, and has the knowledge of the Florida and Georgia law and statutes governing wills, intestacy and probate necessary to effectively draft your last will and testament so that your property can be distributed according to your intentions.


Effective probate of one's estate once they pass away is important to the family of the deceased, since the property included in the estate must be administered through a judicial probate procedure. Whether a deceased person has a will or not, probate is usually necessary where a person owns property at the time of that person's death. When a loved one has passed away, we can help you understand the process involved in probate in Florida or Georgia and help guide you through the requirements.


Sometimes probate proceedings can become contested. Our office has much experience representing both personal representatives and other interested parties in probate and will contests, and we aggressively pursue the outcome to which our client is entitled.

If you are interested in having a will drawn, or if you have any probate issue, please contact the law office of William Blake Johnson, P.A. at (904) 477-3518 (Florida) or (912) 588-9399 (Georgia) for a free consultation.