We've  found that our clients truly appreciate the time and effort we put into every aspect of their business and personal legal issues. We're here to help you plan to succeed and take precautions to limit liability, protect assets, attempt to avoid litigation, and battle in court should litigation be necessary.


At the Randolph Law Firm, we listen to your needs and help you accomplish your business and personal goals.  We understand that businesses of different sizes and industries require different considerations so there a number of different options that allow you and your company to spend your dollars as effectively as possible. 

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Our Attorneys

Jonathan Randolph


Experienced attorney serving Harris, Montgomery, and surrounding counties. Jonathan primarily focuses on transactions and proper planning to keep clients out of court, and also ligates disputes arising out of business, commercial, estate, and real estate law.


Jonathan grew up in Beaumont, Texas where he met his wife, Elizabeth, and attended Monsignor Kelly High School and Lamar University-Beaumont. Following graduation, Jonathan moved to Houston to attend South Texas College of Law. While attending law school, Jonathan worked for the Harris County District Attorney's Office, clerked for a prominent Houston-area civil litigation firm, and traveled across the country as a varsity mock trial advocate for South Texas College of Law in Houston, ranked the #1 advocacy program at the time by U.S. News and World Report. Jonathan and Elizabeth live in Kingwood, Texas, attend Kingwood United Methodist Church, and are the proud parents of their two daughters.

Jonathan focuses his practice on complex legal issues and helps clients avoid litigation by utilizing proper planning techniques in the following areas: business law, real estate, and estate planning. Jonathan is duly admitted and licensed to practice law in all Texas counties and district courts, as well as the United States Federal Court for the Southern District of Texas.