Jonathan Yong


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Jonathan Yong

Paraclete Law Office

8 Corporate Park
Suite 300
Irvine, CA 92606
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Attorney Jonathan Yong attended Trinity Law School and graduated at the top of his class. After passing the California State Bar he began growing a team of dedicated and compassionate advocates in the Latino, Chinese, and Korean community. He participated actively at Trinity Law School, competing on the school’s Moot Court team, serving as President of the International Law Students Association, and as the Executive Chaplain of the Christian Legal Society Student Chapter.

Jonathan Yong was also the Project Coordinator at the US-Korea Law Foundation. While working at the US-Korea Law Foundation, Jonathan was on the Editorial Board of the legal textbook "The Laws Of Korea." Jonathan was also a contributor of the Law of Korea 2015 ed. 

Attorney Yong has a special interest for Special Needs Law and Human Rights. This interest grew with Jonathan as he grew up with an autistic brother. He is also a Behavior Coach for Special Needs Youth and Young Adults. Attorney Yong served on the Advisory Committee for Children, Youth and Family on the Irvine City Council.

Attorney Yong focuses his practice on all facets of estate planning including drafting wills & trusts, conservatorships, and probate litigation. Attorney Yong is an adjunct professor of Wills, Trusts and Estates at Trinity Law School in Santa Ana, California.

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