Jeffrey Valladolid, born in Upland in Southern California, has been a trial & appellate attorney since passing the bar exam. In law school he drafted two United States Supreme Court briefs, one of which supported the applicant in the landmark decision of McDonald v. City of Chicago (2010).
As a trial attorney, he has practiced throughout Southern California in a variety of family law, guardianship, and civil harassment restraining order hearings.
Prior to entering law, Mr. Valladolid obtained his undergraduate degree from California State San Bernardino. During his undergraduate studies, he coached high school football.
Areas Of Practice
- Family 95%
- Estate Planning 4%
- Civil Writs & Appeals 1%
- California, 2010
- Fowler School of Law, Chapman University, Orange, California
- J.D. - 2010
- California State University, San Bernardino, California
- B.A. - 2007
- Honors: With Honors
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Western San Bernardino Bar Association, Member, 2011 to 2014