Jacqueline Johnson

Attorney & Counselor at Law

Jackie is a zealous advocate with a unique background who genuinely cares about connecting with her clients on a personal level and finding creative solutions to their legal issues. Her practice is heavily focused on trust and estate planning and administration, and she also enjoys representing clients in a broad range of matters from family law to contracts and business formations. She is a passionate litigator with experience in both the trial and appellate courts.

Jackie loves what she does because of the connections she makes with her clients. She believes developing a positive professional relationship is essential to properly represent a client in their time of need. Jackie works tirelessly to help clients through their time of need, whether it be losing a loved one, planning to protect their legacy in the event of their own passing, or sensitive family law matters, such as divorce, custody, adoptions, and PFAs.

Jackie believes that Estate Planning is one of the most important areas of law and she rejects the “one size fits all” approach adopted by many attorneys. She developed an in-depth process where she works closely with clients to ensure they are informed of the relevant options and educated on the implications of all estate planning decisions. With an attention to detail, Jackie carefully drafts wills, trusts, powers of attorney, healthcare directives, and other related documents to fit each client’s particular situation.

  • Estate Planning
  • Estate Administration
  • Wills
  • Family Law
  • Civil Litigation


Juris Doctor, Villanova University School of Law

Bachelor of Science, The Art Institute of Philadelphia

Jackie is a member of the Montgomery County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

When she’s not working hard on behalf of her clients, Jackie enjoys spending time with her family. She is a proud Army wife to her husband, Jack, whom she met while in law school and married shortly thereafter. She successfully passed the Pennsylvania bar exam on her first attempt while 6 months pregnant with her daughter, Kennedy.