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About Us

The Law Office of Stacey L. Johnson, PLLC was founded on June 1, 2007 by attorney Stacey L. Johnson. Ms. Johnson graduated from Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska in May 1997 and was admitted to practice law in Arizona in May 1999. She moved to Arizona in February 2000.

The firm is dedicated to a practice that helps the elderly and vulnerable adult populations. Ms. Johnson is active in the community supporting efforts by others in the same areas. Specifically, Ms. Johnson supports two Area Agency on Aging, Region One programs – Maricopa Elder Abuse Prevention Alliance (MEAPA), and DOVESĀ® (providing assistance to victims of late life domestic violence).

We welcome your inquiries regarding our areas of practice and how we may be able to assist you. Every effort is made to respond to requests for informatoin within one business day. If we cannot assist you we are happy to provide you with referrals to other attorneys.

Contact us today for more information and a reduced fee initial consultation!


Stacey L. Johnson

Attorney Stacey L. Johnson attended the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 1993. Ms. Johnson decided to attend law school and subsequently graduated from Creighton University School of Law in May 1997.

After graduation from law school Ms. Johnson moved to Colorado to live with her husband, an Air Force officer. From Colorado they moved to Texas for eighteen months. Ms. Johnson’s husband separated honorably from the Air Force in 1999 and the family moved to Arizona in February 2000.

Ms. Johnson’s legal experience includes the following employment: the Maricopa County Superior Court in Court Administration, the Maricopa County Attorney’s office (criminal and civil divisions), Arizona Attorney General’s Office, and private practice. Ms. Johnson decided to focus her practice on probate and elder law matters and established The Law Office of Stacey L. Johnson, PLLC in June 2007.

Stacey L. Johnson is passionate about her practice and the work she does. Probate and elder law are complex areas of practice in which she is able to utilize her legal skills and experience to benefit the elderly and vulnerable adult populations. Ms. Johnson has litigation experience as a former prosecutor and in probate. While litigation skills are important, she places high value on alternative dispute resolution and she has presided over settlement conferences and mediations as a Judge Pro Tempore.

Ms. Johnson is also active with the State Bar of Arizona, serving on the Executive Council for the Elder Law & Mental Health Section (Secretary 2007-2008; Chair Elect 2008-2009; Chair 2009-2010); NAELA (National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys); MEAPA (Maricopa Elder Abuse Prevention Alliance); and the West Maricopa County Bar Association. Ms. Johnson also engages in pro bono work including past volunteer work as a Judge Pro Tempore for the Maricopa County Superior Court.

Stacey L. Johnson is licensed to practice law in Arizona (1999) and the U.S. District Court, District of Arizona (2000).

Paul Omerza

Paul Omerza has established legal skills in the areas of estate planning, probate and elder Law. Before his admission to the bar, Mr. Omerza assisted an experienced practitioner in probate litigation, adult adoption, and prosecuting and defending claims of financial exploitation including dealing with these types of matters in the context of guardian and conservatorship cases. His estate planning experience ranges from small dollar amounts to high net worth estates.

Since his admission, Mr. Omerza has focused on assisting individuals with special needs, particularly the elderly. In his legal practice, he has solved legal problems relating to the growing aging population by counseling on the need for guardianships and conservatorships and their structure, providing financial, health-care and mental-health-care powers of attorney, wills, and trust agreements, and assisting with fiduciary administration matters.

Before becoming a lawyer, Mr. Omerza worked for a non-profit, behavioral-health-care provider of services to emotionally-disturbed, and troubled teenagers and adults. One of his activities was to lead survival excursions in the desert to teach important lessons of self-reliance, discipline and working with a team. Eventually by his own efforts he was promoted to a supervisory position.

Mr. Omerza is a native of Arizona and could not think of living anywhere else. He graduated cum laude from Arizona State University with a degree in Family and Human Development. He received his Juris Doctorate from Phoenix School of Law. Mr. Omerza is a member of the Maricopa County Bar Association, Maricopa Elder Abuse Prevention Alliance and the Probate and Trust Law sections of the State Bar of Arizona. He is married with three young daughters.