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Tampa Bay Personal Injury, Estate Planning, Real Estate, Business and Church Law Attorney

John P. JosephJohn P. Joseph is the owner and principal attorney of Pinellas Legal Center in St. Petersburg, providing legal services to the Tampa Bay area in the legal fields of personal injury, estate planning, real estate, business law and church law.

John Joseph has been practicing law and serving the needs of clients in Tampa, Clearwater and St. Petersburg for 30 years. He was first admitted to the Florida bar in 1986, after earning his Bachelor’s degree from Stetson University and his Juris Doctor law degree from the University of Kentucky College of Law. John is admitted to practice in all Florida state courts and is a member of The Florida Bar and the St. Petersburg Bar Association.

John is an active speaker on legal topics and a contributing author for Enrichment Magazine. He is proud to be the inaugural recipient of the Golden Hammer Award, presented by Mr. Richard Hammer, J.D., CPA, “Honoring Those Who Have Exhibited A Mastery of Church Law and Administration.”

A committed member of the legal profession, John volunteers his time as a Hearing Officer for Pinellas County Housing Authority, Section 8 Division. He has also been appointed to serve three consecutive terms as a member of The Florida Bar Public Service Pre-Paid Legal Services Committee, including being twice appointed by the President of The Florida Bar to serve as Committee Chairman.


J.D., University of Kentucky College of Law
B.A., Stetson University


Florida State Courts

Professional Associations/Memberships:

The Florida Bar
St. Petersburg Bar Association

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