Jennifer Bradley

1100 N. Glebe Rd., Suite 1100
Arlington, Virginia 22201
United States
Office Phone: 703-522-8100
Member since 2013
Membership Type: IACP



I practice Collaborative divorce because it provides a structure that allows divorcing spouses to resolve their marital differences civilly, respectfully, with integrity and compassion, and with a commitment to the emotional and financial well-being of their children and each other.

The Collaborative Process offers spouses the opportunity to have full control over determining the best way to structure their financial futures, deciding what custodial schedule will best meet the needs of their children, and developing a transition plan into the next stage of their lives as unmarried individuals and co-parents. It empowers spouses to reach a fair, private settlement with far less conflict and cost in comparison to traditional divorce litigation.

Area(s) of Practice: Family Law
License(s): Juris Doctor

Professional Activities

Board Member, DC Academy of Collaborative Professionals Board Member, Collaborative Access Project of DC Former President, Collaborative Professionals of Northern Virginia Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Fellow, International Academy of Family Lawyers Virginia Collaborative Professionals Virginia Trial Lawyers Association Virginia State Bar Family Law Section Arlington County Bar Association Alexandria Bar Association Fairfax Bar Association

Undergraduate Education

University of Virginia, B.A. 2001

Postgraduate Education

George Mason School of Law, J.D. 2008