Jonathan Nwiloh, Jr. focuses his practice on estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax planning, charitable planning, succession planning for closely held companies, and wealth transfer services for high-net-worth clients. He also has experience drafting estate planning documents, including wills, trusts, financial powers of attorney and healthcare directives. Additionally, he advises clients on corporate matters such as entity formation, governance and mergers and acquisitions.
With an LL.M. in Taxation and an award from the State Bar of Georgia that named him “Outstanding Tax Student” in law school, Jonathan brings a highly valuable and in-depth understanding of this complex legal area. He draws on this knowledge base to craft creative solutions that enable individuals and families to protect their assets and pass their wealth along in a safe and cost-effective manner.
During his undergraduate career at the University of Georgia, Jonathan spent time as a member of the varsity football squad, including playing on the 2008 Sugar Bowl Championship team. He brings the work ethic and team mentality he honed as a student athlete into his legal practice.
With a congenial, down-to-earth approach and a comfort in serving people from all backgrounds, Jonathan puts his clients at ease, even in emotionally fraught circumstances. He navigates family dynamics with compassion and sensitivity and provides clear explanations of legal concepts in straightforward language. Always responsive and client-focused, Jonathan helps those he represents protect their legacies and help their families and businesses thrive.
Jonathan enjoys playing golf and enthusiastically continues to support Georgia Bulldogs football. He also likes to explore restaurants in town.
- Southeast Fellows Institute of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel – Class II
- Member, State Bar of Georgia
- Member, American Bar Association
- Treasurer, Student Bar Association (2015-2016)
- Pupil, William A. Bootle Inn of Court (2015-2016)