Mr. Bradshaw was born and raised in Clinton. He graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill where he received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration. He received his law degree from Campbell University.
Mr. Bradshaw practices primarily in the area of domestic law, including child custody and support, alimony, post-separation support, equitable distribution, premarital agreements, termination of parental rights, divorces, and other causes of action. Mr. Bradshaw currently represents the Sampson County Department of Social Services, the Sampson County Child Support Enforcement Agency, Clement Volunteer Fire Department, State Employees’ Credit Union, the City of Clinton, the County of Sampson, as well as various other companies and entities. Mr. Bradshaw has represented clients before both the North Carolina Supreme Court and the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
Mr. Bradshaw embraces community involvement and is a former president of the Clinton-Sampson Rotary Club, an officer of the Sampson County History Museum, a former officer of the Sampson County Tourism Authority, and other boards and clubs. He also coaches little league basketball with the Clinton Recreation Department for nine- and ten-year-olds.
EDUCATION: UNC-Chapel Hill, B.S. in Business Administration, 2003; Campbell University, J.D., 2006
APPELLATE CASES ARGUED: 705 S.E.2d 392; 364 N.C. 597, 704 S.E.2d 510; 691 S.E.2d 768