Senior Trial Attorney

Caycie D. Bradford

About me

About me

Caycie D. Bradford is a member of the firm’s Family Law Group. She is a graduate of Northern Arizona University, where she obtained her Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science. She went on to obtain a certification from the Institute of Human Rights in Strasborg, France. In 2011 she finalized her master’s degree in Communication and Culture with an emphasis in Human rights, and graduated from La Verne Law School with her Juris Doctorate. She has been licensed in the State of California since 2011.

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Caycie D. Bradford

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She has focused her legal practice in the area of family law, conducting numerous hearings and assisting families get through one of the most emotional periods of life. She is also certified to represent minor children in the State of California and is routinely appointed by the court to do so. 

She started her journey in family law in 2011 when she founded her own firm. She utilizes her real-life knowledge of co-parenting, custody and dissolution to assist her clients.  Her mission continues to be grounded in representing clients with experience, integrity and determination while aggressively protecting her clients’ rights.

Ms. Bradford has extensive history in assisting victims of domestic violence with obtaining restraining orders. She has represented countless victims of the domestic violence shelters pro bono. 

Ms. Bradford is available to help individuals successfully prevail in court cases in the family law litigation. 

Ms. Bradford has been recognized with the following awards: 

  • National Trial Lawyer’s Association, Top 40 under 40 
  • Best of 2018 Rancho Palos Verdes
  • Everyday Hero (for pro bono work for domestic violence victims) Orange County Bar Association

Ms. Bradford also has two publications:

  • Caycie Bradford, Waiting to Die, Dying to Live, 5:1 Interdisc. J. Hum. Rts. 77.
  • Caycie Bradford, The Contradiction of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993: The Free Exercise of Religion is Not So Free Anymore, Case Note, Cambrian Law Journal, 2011, Vol. 42
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