For the past several years, Charlotte C. Johnson has practiced elder law, long term care planning (ALTCS/VA), special needs planning, and estate planning exclusively. She enjoys helping her clients find legal solutions for the common issues that face the aging and special needs populations. Ms. Johnson was raised in the Midwest. After leaving a career in secondary education, Ms. Johnson received her juris doctorate degree from Brigham Young University in 2006.
Ms. Johnson’s professional memberships include the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Arizona chapter of NAELA, Probate and Trust Section of the State Bar of Arizona, and the Elder Law, Mental Health, and Special Needs Planning Section of the State Bar of Arizona. Ms. Johnson is currently on the Board for the Arizona Chapter of NAELA, the Education Committee of the Southwest Autism Research Resource Center (SARRC), and Executive Committee for the Elder Law, Mental Health, and Special Needs Planning Section of the State Bar of Arizona.
Ms. Johnson is a frequent speaker for professional and community organizations on Elder Law and Special Needs Planning issues.
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