Who Are We?
Jonathan grew up in Poulsbo, Washington and graduated from Thomas Edison State College. He earned his Juris Doctor from Liberty University School of Law, where he was a member of the moot court board.
He strives to provide his clients with a peace of mind no matter what issue they are experiencing.
Clients appreciate his easygoing attitude, prompt communication, and zealous advocacy.
When he’s not at the office, you can find him outside biking, playing indoor soccer, spending time with family and friends, taking photos, rooting for his local Seattle baseball & football teams, and exploring new coffee shops and restaurants with his wife, Emma.
Liberty University School of Law — J.D.
Thomas Edison State College — B.A.
Areas of Practice
Avvo Clients’ Choice Award — 2023
Texas Rising Stars — 2023
"I am committed to upholding integrity while providing compassionate and caring guidance to families in their times of need"
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Recognitions & Distinctions
Avvo Client's Choice
Texas Pro Bono College
Pro Bono College: The State Bar of Texas Pro Bono College recognizes Jonathan Tanaka who performed a minimum of 75 hours of eligible pro bono legal assistance in the 2022 calendar year.
The State Bar of Texas Pro Bono College recognizes attorneys who have far exceeded the State Bar’s aspirational pro bono goal in their efforts to address the vast unmet legal needs of the poor.
Texas Rising Stars: Jonathan has been recognized on the 2023 Texas Rising Stars list compiled by Super Lawyers. This peer designation is awarded only to a select number of accomplished attorneys in each state. The Rising Stars selection process takes into account peer recognition, professional achievement in legal practice, and other cogent factors. Rising Stars candidates must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less. Only 2.5% of attorneys in Texas receive this distinction.