Experience & Background

Jordan is a graduate of George Mason University School of Law located in Arlington, Virginia. While in school, Jordan began his career working with the Honorable Louise DiMatteo in Arlington, Virginia, where he helped establish and oversee the Arlington County Drug Court Program. Jordan’s career progressed as he honed his trial skills at local prosecutor’s offices in both Arlington and Washington, DC. Jordan then moved to a boutique firm where he was entrusted to handle numerous family law cases in a variety of jurisdictions.

Jordan has a history of working with members of the LGBTQ+ community and has the experience necessary for the unique challenges members of this community may face in Northern Virginia and Washington, DC. Jordan has previously argued precedent setting constitutional family law matters resulting in established family law statutes being equally applied to members of the LGBTQ+ community in Northern Virginia. Jordan is the current president of the DC LGBT Bar Association and sits on the board of SMYAL, a non-profit organization that benefits homeless youth in Northern Virginia and Washington, DC.

Jordan has a dedicated track record of finding the best solution for every family law issue before him and is ready to fight for you.