Ford Jones IV is an attorney with J.V. Dell P.C. whose primary areas of concentration are Real Estate Law, Probate, and Estate Planning.
As part of his day-to-day work, Ford regularly assists clients through the real estate closing process, planning for the future through estate planning, and navigating the difficulties of the loss of a loved one. From drafting complex Trust agreements for high-net-worth individuals, to helping clients through the probate process for a parent’s estate, Ford’s thorough and detailed approach is part of what sets him and J.V. Dell P.C. apart.
When asked what he enjoys most about his job, Ford said “Helping our amazing clients through some of life’s biggest moments. Whether that be the purchase of a new home, planning for the future, or the death of a loved one.”
Prior to joining J.V. Dell P.C., Mr. Jones held numerous positions at the highest levels of federal and state government. During his first year of law school, Ford worked in the Office of Legal Counsel for the Governor of Wisconsin and presidential candidate, Scott Walker. Ford also worked on complex policy, rulemaking, and procurement issues during his time with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration.
Mr. Jones earned his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2016), where he was a member of the Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy. Mr. Jones has been published in the Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy and has received Dean’s List Honors and a Cali Award for highest marks in Contracts. During his time in Washington D.C., Ford was active in numerous Pro Bono opportunities, becoming an Exceptional Pro Bono Pledge Honoree at Georgetown Law, the highest public service honor bestowed on its graduates. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Jones attended the University of Georgia where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in 2013.
Mr. Jones is admitted to practice in the State of Georgia, the Supreme Court of the State of Georgia, the Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia, and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.