Jordan A. Honjiyo

Associate Attorney

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Associate Attorney

Jordan A. Honjiyo is an Associate Attorney at Dellino Family Law Group, where his practice is based in all areas of domestic relations law, including divorce, parenting plans, child support, adoptions and protection orders. Whether your situation requires a dedicated advocate to fight for your interests in a high conflict case or a diligent advisor to facilitate an amicable settlement, Jordan will listen attentively to your goals and represent you with focus and compassion.


Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, I was privileged with the opportunity to attend Punahou School for my secondary education. Craving a new perspective on life, I elected to further my education at the University of Rochester in Upstate New York, where I studied philosophy and public health while serving as a four-year starting defensive back on the Yellowjacket football team. Subsequently, I obtained my Juris Doctor degree from the Seattle University School of Law.

My unique upbringing in the Aloha State, a place enriched by its immense ethnic diversity and deeply rooted family values, instilled in me an empathy for all people and a passion for assisting those who are experiencing hardship in the family setting. As the son of a single mother and a person of mixed descent (Japanese, Chinese & Hawaiian), I understand the concept of family bears a distinct significance from individual to individual and across the various cultural and ethnic groups. Accordingly, I will pay close attention to your particular goals and work tirelessly to bring them to fruition through the law.

Away from the office, I love to maintain an active lifestyle and cultivate relationships with my family and friends. At peace in untamed environments, I enjoy hiking, backpacking and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest with my pup, Odessa. I have a passion for live music and sporting events. As a diehard Baltimore Ravens fan, I bleed black and purple and believe that Seahawks are an inferior species of birds.