Nils Johnson Jr., Johnson & Johnson Law Office

Nils Johnson Jr. graduated with honors from Dartmouth College and in 1976 graduated from Boston University Law School.

Johnson has served as a local bar association trustee, as a member of the Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Grievances and Discipline, and as a member of the Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Bar Examiners.

He practices in the areas of estate planning, probate, business law, oil and gas, and real estate, and is a frequent lecturer on estate planning and legal ethics. He has been certified by the Ohio State Bar Association as a specialist in the field of estate planning, trust and probate law.

Guiding Clients Since 1921

Ohio residents and businesses have trusted Johnson & Johnson’s legal advice for nearly 100 years. The law firm’s experience spans four generations, and is an undeniable asset for its clients.

Johnson & Johnson Law firm helps with estate planning and probate, business formation and contracts, asset protection, pipeline law, medicaid planning, and family law.

Succession Planning: Not to Be Delayed

Will your business outlive you? In my experience, the value of a small business or professional practice quickly vaporizes upon a key owner’s death in the absence of a clear succession plan. This is especially true for businesses whose main assets are strong customer/client/patient relationships. Goodwill has very real – but ephemeral – worth, and […]

Will your business outlive you? In my experience, the value of a small business or professional practice quickly vaporizes upon a key owner’s death in the absence of a clear succession plan. This is especially true for businesses whose main assets are strong customer/client/patient relationships. Goodwill has very real –...

Legal Strategies: Ohio’s Legacy Trust Law Protects Assets

Business clients typically minimize exposure to creditor claims by using liability-limiting business structures, by maintaining appropriate insurance coverages, by maximally funding qualified retirement plans and by dispersing asset ownership within the family. High-net-worth clients, whose activities subject them to extraordinary claims, may now also use an additional tool to protect a portion of their assets […]

Business clients typically minimize exposure to creditor claims by using liability-limiting business structures, by maintaining appropriate insurance coverages, by maximally funding qualified retirement plans and by dispersing asset ownership within the family. High-net-worth clients, whose activities subject them to extraordinary claims, may now also use an additional tool to protect...