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.


Your guide to a
Without Combat.
Law Office of Tricia Fradley,
Collaborative Family Law
Family Mediation

We are currently serving:
St. Petersburg, Bradenton,
Lakewood Ranch and Sarasota

Weekend and Evening hours
are available.

Call Today to for a Consultation!
Mailing Address:
435 12th St. W, Suite 217
Bradenton FL 34205

Collaborative Attorney:
Tricia Fradley, Esq.
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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
their future.

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“I entered family law with a philosophy of keeping family
clients. However while protecting their rights and preparing
them for litigation, I was teaching them how to be, and stay,
combative.  As a result, since 2011 I have transformed my
practice to be entirely litigation free."

" 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 more animosity.  I believe
there is a better way to resolve family disputes, without the
uncertainty and expense of excessive litigation, through