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Bradley C. Jones is a proud native of Red Oak, North Carolina.  Brad earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2001, and he earned his Juris Doctor from Campbell University School of Law in 2004. Brad was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar in August of 2004.  Brad has been certified as a Parenting Coordinator in high conflict custody cases since 2017. Brad became Board-Certified in Family Law in December 2021.

Brad is dedicated to providing strong, effective representation for his clients.  He is committed to addressing his client’s legal concerns with courtesy, competence and compassion.  Since joining Parker Bryan Family Law, Brad focuses his practice on exclusively working with clients on family law matters, including, but not limited to, premarital agreements, separation and property settlement agreements, qualified domestic relations orders, and domestic violence protective orders. Brad also litigates matters involving equitable distribution, alimony, child support and child custody.

 

As evidence of his commitment to his clients, Brad has been awarded a Martindale-Hubbell Client Distinction Award based on his service and relationship skills with his clients.

Brad has been recognized by his peers for inclusion in Business North Carolina magazine’s “Legal Elite Young Guns” for (Top Attorneys in North Carolina Under 40).

In 2019, Brad was recognized for inclusion into the North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society.

In 2021, Brad was named one of “Best Lawyers in America.”  He was also named to Business North Carolina magazine’s “Legal Elite.”

Brad spends some of his free time shaping the future legal community by judging mock trial competitions at the law school, college, and high school level. He enjoys imparting some of his knowledge and experience as a litigator to the future generation of lawyers. Brad also avidly supports service efforts to provide the disadvantaged citizens of North Carolina with legal advice.

Brad is a member of the Wake County Bar Association and the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.