Jill Lendu Johnson
J.Johnson Law Group L.L.C.
Labor Law / Estate Planning / Contracts
Labor Industry Review Commission Appeals.
Wills, Healthcare Power of Attorney, Financial Power of Attorney, Marital Property Agreements.
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Phone Consultations available: 608.338.8308.
State of Bar of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin
I hold degrees from the University of Wisconsin in economics, business and law. After receiving my MBA, I worked as an executive in financial services and volunteered in health care facilities.
Later, I served on the Madison Common Council. During law school, I helped staff several law clinics and graduated with High Honors for Pro Bono service.
Because all Wisconsinites should have access to legal help, I continue to provide many hours of volunteer ("Pro Bono") service each year and created and taught a self-help law class at Madison College. For the past four years, I have been recognized by the American Bar Association as a Pro Bono Leader. In 2022, my Pro Bono work was also recognized by the Dane County Bar.
What does mean for you?
I bring a breadth of experience to help solve your legal problem efficiently. My goal is to provide you with personal care, explain your legal issue clearly and help you win your case.
It was a tremendous thrill to sign the Attorney’s Roll Book when I was sworn in. Every new lawyer has signed this book going back to when Wisconsin was just a territory.
My law practice reflects my personal commitment to help people solve legal problems economically. Access to justice should be available to every American. Sometimes, a brief phone conversation is all you need to move forward and solve a problem yourself. If you don't need an attorney, I will tell you so. If you do, I will suggest ways to save money.
I have counseled hundreds of Wisconsinites on guardianship, estate planning, unemployment and family law issues. See my latest blog post to find out why some Wisconsin residents are getting gigantic bills in the mail that they may never pay off.