NAPLES — National law firm Quarles & Brady has named 11 attorneys partners, including Jacqueline Johnson, an estate, trust and wealth preservation lawyer in Naples.
The promotions were effective Oct. 1, according to a statement.
“A relentless focus on helping our clients achieve their business goals and a commitment to fostering a collegial, collaborative culture are critical to our long-term success,” Quarles & Brady Managing Partner Mike Aldana says in the statement. “Each of the new partners are exceptionally gifted attorneys who have consistently demonstrated their attention to these principles. We look forward to even greater contributions from them in the years ahead.”
Johnson focuses on estate planning, tax planning, and estate and trust administration for high-net-worth individuals and families, the release states. Her experience includes the consultation and implementation of wealth preservation and tax efficient estate planning techniques and advising and guiding clients and professional fiduciaries through the probate process and the administration of trusts.