|Law Office of Tricia Fradley, P.A.
We provide litigation-free Divorce options.
435 12th St W, Bradenton FL 34205 (941)750-8002 Fax (941)750-8302
Conflict is inevitable,
Combat is optional.
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Ms. Fradley received a BA in Psychology at University of South Florida and a JD from Stetson University
College of Law. After 8 years as an Assistant State Attorney she opened The Law Office of Tricia Fradley,
in 2006, which offers: Family Law Mediation, Collaborative Family Law, 'Kitchen Table" divorce and document
preparation in the St. Petersburg, Bradenton and Sarasota area. She is a Florida Supreme Court Certified
Family Law Mediator and has undergone special training for Collaborative divorces. Her knowledge of the
legal and psychological issues of divorce provides a compassionate perspective and keen vision for issues
allow her to help clients reach an agreement that fits their family's unique needs and will serve as a guide for
Contact Ms. Fradley at TriciaFradley@Fradleylaw.com
“I entered family law with a philosophy of keeping family
and finances as intact as possible. However while
protecting my clients' rights and preparing them for
litigation, I was also teaching them how to be, and stay,
combative. As a result, in 2011 I slowly transformed my
practice to be litigation free."
"Despite entering law school to be a trial attorney and
having over 13 years of court room experience, receiving
local and national recognition. I've learned when it comes
to divorce and family law, court resolution does little to help
these families, instead it often causes financial hardship
and despair. I believe there is a better way to resolve
family disputes, without the uncertainty and expense of
excessive litigation, through collaboration.”