Reader's Choice 2014

Fairfield attorney Timothy Jones. (Robinson Kuntz/Daily Republic)

Readers Choice 2014

Best attorney: Tim Jones

By From page REA9 | February 23, 2014

Website: www.tjones-law.com

In Fairfield: 622 Jackson St.

Phone: 425-1963

Attorney Timothy Jones has his office in Fairfield, in the heart of Solano County’s business community. Jones began working in the Solano County real estate and business communities in 1982 and after graduating from the John F. Kennedy University School of Law in Walnut Creek in 1998, he began his legal practice in Fairfield. Before that, Jones was a real estate broker who owned and operated his own firm. He also has worked as a photographer and a sports writer. The focus of Jones’ legal practice is real estate advising, transactions and litigation. He also works with a variety of small businesses involved in the real estate industry. For the past 28 years, Jones has been a Daily Republic columnist, writing weekly about Solano County real estate and responding to reader questions about real estate and legal issues. Jones’ column offers diverse information on real estate issues that often assist landlords, tenants, property owners and potential property buyers.

Runners-up: Mattice Law Offices, Hilman & Lucas, Barnett Law Firm

Jess Sullivan

Jess has covered the criminal justice system in Solano County for several years. He was an embedded reporter in Iraq in 2003.

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