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Meet the Team

Attorney Shannon S. Bradley began her legal career as a law clerk for the Pima County’s Attorney’s Office, and then with a law firm in Tucson, Arizona.

As an active member of U.S. Army Reserves, Ms. Bradley received numerous honors and distinctions in the performance of her service to her country, including active duty service during Operation Desert Storm. She graduated magna cum laude from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Arizona’s James E Rogers School of Law in 1998.

Ms. Bradley earned the 2004 Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education Volunteer Award, and continues to volunteer with the Family Lawyer’s Assistance Project in Maricopa County.

Jane has been a family law paralegal since July, 1997.  She began her career as a legal secretary when she was 15 years old with her first assignment to now-retired Pinal County Judge Kelly Robertson.  From that first assignment, Jane has worked nearly continuously in the legal field, taking time out only to complete her Associates Degree with Central Arizona College in 1984.  For approximately 12 years Jane worked in Las Vegas, Nevada in various areas of civil practice including a stint with a civil appeals firm.  Jane began her professional employment with Shannon Bradley in 2012 after working with Shannon at another law firm in 2010.  They enjoy a teamwork attitude and jointly monitor every client’s situation.  This attention to detail assists the firm in promptly meeting the needs of its clients. She is also an Arizona certified legal document preparer.

As a survivor of divorce, and after having raised a child without child support or additional parental assistance, Jane brings a unique personal perspective to the firm’s client’s emotional issues.  Jane understands, first hand, the difficulties that parents and children face as they navigate a family legal action and the difficulties that often persist after initial orders are entered.  Her ability to commiserate with those clients helps to ease the burden of their situation.

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