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Fallon Johnson


Fallon has over 15 years in the legal field, which consists of being a Paralegal in both the Felony and Sexual Battery Units of the Broward County State Attorney's Office, a Deputy Sheriff in Corrections for both the Broward Sheriff's Office and the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office, and a Courtroom Administrator in the Felony division for the

Palm Beach Clerk's Office. She currently serves as the Division Manager of Community Justice for the Urban League of Broward County, where she oversees 3 grant funded programs. 

Throughout her career, she has worked amongst the most prestigious judges, attorneys, and law enforcement officers in the State of Florida. These experiences gave her the unique privilege of preparing, filing, and closing out court cases. Essentially, Fallon observed all facets of a court case from the beginning to the end. This is why she understands that the court process can be very challenging to navigate. 

Fallon's personal experience with a very extensive and expensive divorce, compassion for people who cannot afford attorneys, and desire for helping others is the motivation behind her business. The goal of her company is to help alleviate stress, time, and financial impact. Overall, helping people obtain a fresh start and a fair shot. Fallon believes very strongly in bridging the justice gap and inequality so much so that she tutors and mentors youth in various underserved communities through Teach For America and other nonprofit organizations. 

Fallon obtained her degrees in Criminology and Sociology from the University of Florida. She is also a Florida Notary, a member of the National Notary Association, a member of the Florida Association of Legal Document Preparers, and a Florida Supreme Court certified County Mediator. 

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