Wendy Graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelors of Science in Business
Management. Even as a single mother, she was in the 97th percentile for the preceding 5 years on the LSAT and graduated in the top 22% of her law school class. During law school Wendy received several awards and recognitions including,Best Appellate Brief Award, High Honors in legal writing and research, and was recipient of the C. Hugh Friedman Endowement Scholarship for outstanding performance and achievement in Corporate Law.
Wendy was Secretary and then Treasurer of the Tax Law Society during law school. While interning at the United States Tax Court in Washington, D.C. she was the principal draftsman for two opinions as well as assisting on numerous others.
Graduating Summa cum Laude in Business Management and combined with work experience, Wendy has a strong business management and corporate law background. All of this is augmented with tax, contract, estate litigation, and labor law experience. She has especially enjoyed taking on all areas of family and elder law cases & issues, including but not limited to divorce, custody, child support, order modifications and enforcements, time share arrangements and property and asset divisions, guardianships, conservatorships and adoptions.
Bradford Law Office is a full service firm with highly personal attention to client needs and the necessary detail to effect the best outcomes for our clients. Wendy Bradford's vision is to focus exclusively on the diverse and dynamic issues of all aspects in family law and elder law.
This focus enables Bradford Law Office the ability to stay abreast of the most recent laws, skills and strategies in our chosen specialties. This focus ensures efficient outcomes and translates into reduced cost and time investments for our clients.
With Wendy Bradford’s diverse training along with her personal and professional background, she is competent to handle many legal matters, but, she is passionate about Family and Elder Law. She loves the personal aspects of helping clients through the stressful events and challenges that family and elder law entail. I believe if you give Wendy a call it is highly likely you'll choose her as your legal representative. She is first a real person and second an outstanding, hardworking attorney.
She enjoys assisting clients in finding peace of mind during very stressful times, vis-a-vis taking a mediative approach, yet she is competent and effective if litigation becomes necessary. She will find the best solution for her client's dilemma.
Wendy is assertive, but not arrogant. She is approachable and makes herself available to clients. She is a proactive problem solver being amicable, yet keeping opposing counsel on their toes. You will find Wendy efficient and mindful of the balance between effectively protecting a client's interests without unnecessary legal actions and fees.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|C. Hugh Friedman Endowed Scholarship Recipient of the Year||University of San Diego||2000|
|Alumni Scholarship||University of San Diego||2000|
|Best Appellate Brief||University of San Diego||2000|
|Legal Research Specialist||University of San Diego||2000|
|Law Alumni Scholarship||University of San Diego||1999|
|Merit based entrance scholarship||University of San Diego||1998|
|Summa Cum Laude||Troy State University||1998|
|Presidential Honor Roll||Troy State University||1997|
|Navy Marine Relief Corps. Scholarship||Troy State University||1996|
|President's List||Salt Lake Community College||1995|
|Dean's List||Salt Lake Community College||1994|
|Owner/Attorney||Bradford Law Office||2009 - Present|
|Attorney||Jones Waldo Holbrook & McDonough PC||2002 - 2003|
|Law Clerk||Merrill, Schultz & Wolds||2001 - 2001|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Elder Law Committee, Utah State Bar||member||2010 - Present|
|Elder Law Sectoin||Member||2010 - Present|
|Women Lawyers of Utah||member||2009 - Present|
|Family Law Section, Utah State Bar||member||2009 - Present|
|1999 WL 639866 (U.S.Tax Ct.), 78 T.C.M. (CCH) 348, T.C.M. (RIA) 99,282, 1999 RIA TC Memo 99,282||Law Offices - Richard Ashare, PC v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue||1999|
|University of San Diego School of Law||Juris Doctorate||2001|
|Troy State University||Bachelor of Science||1998|
|Utah Senior Expo||Guardianships and Conservatorships||2011|
|2nd Annual Utah Deaf Women & Hard of Hearing Conference||Utah Advanced Health Care Directives||2011|
|Pre Law||Law Practice Management||2010|
|2010 Fall Conference||The Many Faces of Aging - Serving the Underserved||2010|
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