Jonathan grew up in Southern Arizona and has practiced law in Yavapai County since 2007.
Jonathan focuses primarily on business matters, contracts, estate planning, probate, and civil litigation.
Jonathan enjoys hiking and coaching soccer.
Business: Contracts, Business Formation, Corporations, Non-Profit Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Purchases and Sales.
Estate Planning: Trusts, Wills, and Powers of Attorney.
Civil Litigation: Federal Court, Superior Court, Justice Court, Personal Injury, Commercial Litigation.
Probate, Trust & Estate Administration
Real Estate: Construction Law, Commercial Real Estate, Residential Real Estate, Real Estate Contracts, Zoning Law, and Land Use Law.
Admitted to Practice
Admitted to Practice: State Bar of Arizona (2007); United States District Court of Arizona (2008).
Arizona College of Trial Advocacy, State Bar of Arizona (2010).
University of Arizona College of Law, Juris Doctor (2007). Articles Editor, Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law; Dannie Lee Chandler Award for Public Service and First Amendment Rights; Internship at Pima County Superior Court and Clerkships at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office and the Coconino County Attorney’s Office; Legal Fellow, Senator Jon Kyl (R), U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, Washington, D.C. (spring 2006).
Arizona State University College of Business, Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, Computer Information Systems (2002).