Patricia Bradley has more than 30 years of experience in the legal profession helping businesses and individuals in bankruptcies, financial matters and creditor rights, and business transactions. She has represented financial institutions, large and small corporate entities, utilities, trustees and individuals in matters ranging from complex to simple. Her experience includes employment with the U.S. Department of Justice where she assisted the Department's trial attorneys at the Office of the U.S.Trustee in San Francisco.
A native of New Mexico, Ms. Bradley returned to her home state in 2005. Inspired by her own family’s needs at that time, Ms. Bradley expanded her law practice to include estate planning, business transactions and trusts. “Dealing with those issues, I came to understand how critically important estate planning and organization was to my parents and to our family.” Her goal is to provide peace of mind in life’s most stressful situations, in a kind and ethical way.
Ms. Bradley’s estate planning practice includes preparing simple and complex wills and trusts, special-needs trusts, guardianships and conservatorships. She also handles probate issues. She consults with individuals regarding asset protection and planning and provides counsel on the administration of complex trusts and the allocation of assets in family trusts.
One-on-one communication, teaching, and learning is important to her. Ms. Bradley enjoys presenting seminars discussing the essentials of financial organization and how to be legally prepared.
Ms. Bradley is a graduate of the University of New Mexico, where she was awarded the Order of the Coif for a high degree of scholarship. Her achievements continue to be commended by her peers and clients for her professionalism and integrity.