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Legacy Protection Lawyers St. Petersburg Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Lawyer

Douglas M. Williamson, Of Counsel

Douglas M. Williamson was born in Elyria, Ohio and is a member of the Florida Bar. He graduated from Wake Forest University with honors in 1973 and Stetson University College of Law in 1976. Doug became a Board Certified Real Estate Lawyer in 1988 and focused his practice on Real Property Law, Estate Planning, and Trust and Probate Administration. He has practiced law in St. Petersburg and Seminole, Florida in excess of 45 years and during that time has been active in the community as well as the Bar Association. His activities and accomplishments include the following:

  • AV Rated Martindale-Hubbell
  • Served as President of the St. Petersburg Bar Association
  • Former member of the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Section Board of Governors
  • Served as Chairman of Gulfcoast Legal Services, St. Petersburg
  • Member and Past President of Suncoast Estate Planning Council
  • Recipient of the Sixth Circuit Pro Bono Award presented by the Florida Bar
  • Board Member and Vice Chair of Cornerstone Community Bank, St. Petersburg
  • Past President of Suncoast Clutch Hitters (Community Group active in bringing major league baseball to St. Petersburg)
  • American Heart Association, Pinellas County Chapter, Past President
  • Tampa Bay Watch, former Chairman
  • Leadership Tampa Bay, former Chairman
  • CASA, St. Petersburg, former board member
  • Children’s Dream Fund, St. Petersburg, former board member
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pinellas County, served as a Big Brother
  • Past President of University Club of St. Petersburg
  • Past President of Squires Club of St. Petersburg
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