Bradford Law Office has a continued history of being an integral part of and volunteering numerous services in the community in various ways, including the following:

Wendy was recently nominated and currently holds the title of Program Chair of the Elder Law Section of the Utah State Bar.

Represented the Elder Law Section of the Utah State Bar as a panelist for the continuing legal education luncheon on Ethical Dilemmas in Elder Law; May 2012.

Wendy also offers her time to local schools and churches in non-legal capacities.

Wendy has presented at BYU, the Annual Conference of the Utah Aging Alliance, the Utah State Bar - Legal Needs as You Age; Hot Tips From the Experts, and most recently spoke at the second annual Sanderson Community Center Workshop for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing on Utah Advanced Health Care Directives.

Wendy has also presented at the Senior Expo on Guardianship and Conservatorship on behalf of the Elder Law Section of the Utah State Bar and the Elder Law Section’s Continuing Legal Education Course on Ethical Dilemmas in Elder Law.

Wendy especially has enjoyed:

Classroom volunteer

What a blast. This really helps me remain balanced and take a break from practicing law. What a fresh perspective and wonderful opportunity to help me remember that despite the difficulties of divorce and growing old, life is a beautiful circle of innocence and an innate quest for understanding.

Teaching Junior Achievement at Lone Peak Elementary to the 4th and 5th graders.

Teaching fitness workshops to local daycare centers, elementary schools and Junior High Schools.

Volunteering in numerous local preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school grades.

Argosy University

Adjunct Professor
Undergraduate business program. Teaching Business Law and Corporate Ethics.

Volunteer Family Law Legal Clinic - Matheson Court House

Family Law Legal Clinic - free advice to public with independent consultations on any and all issues of family and domestic law including name changes, termination of parental rights, divorce, divorce modifications, child support, time share, property and asset divisions, adoptions, custody, etc.

On the first and third Wednesday of every month there is a free clinic at the Matheson Court House. The public can come and receive a private, individual consultation with an attorney or law student with specific legal advice on their specific situation. A person can come back as many times as they need to on the available times. This is a great opportunity to receive direction and/or feedback specific to your situation.

Volunteer - UVU free legal clinic

I very much enjoyed the opportunity to provide one on one consultation to people for free in a private room.

This free legal clinic is not just for family law. I was in the company of many attorneys, paralegals, and other professional such as notaries providing free service on all kinds of cases and issues. For example, there were attorneys that were skilled in business law, contract law, construction law, tax law, personal injury, criminal law and of course, my favorites, family and elder law.

Volunteer - Abuse Survivors Foundation of Utah, in collaboration with Changes Counseling

This place is a wealth of support and compassion. They offer low cost counseling services with passion and compassion. They also offer domestic violence classes, and drug and alcohol assessments and classes. In addition they have a separate 501(c)(3) corporation that provides first response resources for victims of domestic violence. They offer free counseling, assistance in filling out legal paperwork for things such as protective orders, name changes, and social security disability. They also have an entire room devoted to free supplies to victims of domestic violence. One can find things such as car seats, clothes for adults, children and infants, household items, etc. If you are in need they are heaven sent, if you are not and have things that you no longer need, please consider donating to this wonderful organization and assisting a parent and child get back on their feet. You can find them in the phone book, on line, or contact me and I will gratefully supply you with their contact information.

American Red Cross

I loved teaching floor and water aerobics and toning and stretching to the U.S. Marines, U.S. Navy and their dependents in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

United States Naval Legal Service

I volunteered to assist military members and their dependents on their legal matters, both civil and criminal. I participated in command functions as a legal assistant. I prepared legal documents including numerous wills, power of attorneys, civil claims and even conducted general military training briefings at various commands.

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