Attorneys’ Title Fund Services, LLC (The Fund) announced that McKillop Law Firm has been named a Top Contributor of the Fourth Circuit in the state of Florida. We have further been recognized as the #1 Fund Member in the Jacksonville area for the last year. This means we wrote more title policies than any other Fund Member in the Jacksonville area in 2015!
Only three of The Fund’s Member firms in the Fourth Circuit received the statewide distinction of being a Top Contributor. This demonstrates the commitment our firm has shown to our clients and to The Fund.
“With The Fund Top Contributor Circuit award, McKillop Law Firm ranks among a very prestigious group of legal professionals within the real estate industry,” said Jimmy R. Jones, President and CEO of Attorneys’ Title Fund Services, LLC.
We would like to thank all of our team members and our amazing clients for helping us achieve this distinguished recognition.
About The Fund:
Attorneys’ Title Fund Services, LLC (The Fund) supports and promotes the success of Attorneys’ real estate practices by providing expert underwriting counsel, the best legal education, valuable title information and innovative products and services in keeping with The Fund’s mission to preserve and facilitate the real estate practices of its Members in their protection of the public. Always Driven is a commitment The Fund has to create innovative products and services that allow attorneys to conduct transactions easily and efficiently. For more information, visit http://www.thefund.com.
Julia C. McKillop
Julia drafts estate plans, wills, trust agreements, and end-of-life advance directives for individuals and families across Florida. She helps people of all ages and every situation by designing personalized estate plans so that if crisis hits, her clients' wishes and needs are met.
Julia is a graduate of the University of Florida Levin College of Law and is a senior partner at McKillop Law Firm. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Julia lived in Chile teaching English as a second language. Upon returning to the States, she worked in Miami as a paralegal, ultimately deciding to go to law school in order to put her life experiences to work as an advocate and counselor. Julia has two young sons and works out of the Sarasota office.