Attorney Jonathan Simon is a proud three-time graduate of the University of Florida, having earned his degrees in International Economics, International Business and Law in just six years. After graduation, Jonathan worked in various fields of law before fulfilling his dream of opening his own law practice. In 2009, Jonathan ventured out on his own with the vision to build a firm which would provide a great atmosphere for both clients and fellow attorneys.
After nine years of dedication, Jonathan has taken The Orlando Family Firm to new heights. With his recent office expansion and development of other practice areas, The Orlando Family Firm is now a full-service law firm, with lawyers handling unique state and federal practices areas including alternative dispute resolution. The Firm has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a First Tier Best Law Firm in Florida for 2017. Jonathan, personally, has received numerous awards and recognitions, including achieving a perfect 10 out of 10 ranking on AVVO, along with over 100 5-star client reviews. Jonathan has also been named as a Superlawyers Rising Star each year since 2013. This distinction is only awarded to the top 2.5% of attorneys under the age of 35 in Florida.
In addition to these awards, Jonathan and the Firm have been featured in Orlando Style Magazine, the Orlando Sentinel, the Orange County Bar Briefs, the Legal Network, the National Advocates Top 100 Lawyers, the World Wide Registry of Lawyers and other various publications.
Beyond professional success, Jonathan is constantly developing his non-profit charitable endeavors through The Orlando Family Firm Foundation. Jonathan and the Firm have donated thousands to causes such as Community Food and Outreach Center, the Legal Aid Society, the Orange County Bar Association, the Parramore Kidz Zone, the Young Lawyers Society, the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation, the Smith Center and other worthy causes. Jonathan is also a Board Member of Nike South Beach, a youth basketball team which focuses on ensuring scholarships and educational benefits for its players.