Since 2003, Attorney Brad Higginbotham, the founder of HD Legal Solutions, has been providing clients with first-rate representation and personal attention while working to resolve their specific legal challenges. He uses his skills and resources along with creativity and strategy to successfully represent our clients. This began when Mr. Higginbotham was an Assistant State Attorney where he gained invaluable courtroom experience. He then moved onto the private sector, but because of his prosecutor background, he was able to analyze a criminal case from the other side and therefore better defend individuals accused of crimes. From initially representing individuals in criminal matters, he expanded his practice to other areas of law including; bankruptcy and family law along with other areas such as debt settlement, wills/living wills, power of attorney, demand letters, contract formation/reviews, residential eviction or ejectment actions, quit claim deeds and immigration.
At HD Legal Solutions, we take great satisfaction in providing professional, personalized legal services; while giving our clients the individual attention they deserve. Each case is different and each area of law requires unique skills. Regardless of what we are retained to do, we will keep you informed through each stage of the process to make sure that you are fully aware of your case status. Our clients are able to meet with our attorneys and legal assistants as often as necessary to answer legal questions. At HD Legal Solutions we place an emphasis on customer service and the individual client’s needs.
Brad S. Higginbotham, Esq. is the founder of HD Legal Solutions. Brad is a rarity today in the fact that he was born in Florida and has resided in the Central Florida area for the past 30 years. He is also an Army brat and spent much of his childhood traveling the Mid-West and North East during his father’s service spending time in such places as Ohio, New York, Michigan, Missouri and Illinois. It is during this time that he developed much of whom he is today and his ability to relate to all different types of people.
Brad completed his undergraduate studies at University of South Florida at Tampa, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. After working in government for a few years he decided to attend law school. Brad went on to Nova Southeastern University, where he pursued his Juris Doctor. During his time in law school, Brad had many accolades including serving as a Moot Court National Team Member, an Honor Court Prosecutor and Honor Court Chief Prosecutor, and serving as a member of the Travel Law Journal where he had one of his writings published both in the United States and in the United Kingdom. During this time, he also worked for the Dade County Public Defender’s Office, the Broward County Public Defender’s Office, and the Broward County School Board Attorney. Brad graduated with honors and received special recognition for his volunteer work in the community. Upon completing his J.D., Mr. Higginbotham was admitted to The Florida Bar.
Brad began his legal career working as an Assistant State Attorney for the Ninth Judicial Circuit for Orange and Osceola Counties. There, he gained invaluable experience handling hundreds of felonies and misdemeanors, including DUI, drug possession, battery, domestic violence, robbery, burglary, grand theft and more. When he left the State Attorney’s Office he was a DUI Specialist. Once he left the State he began his own practice and focused primarily on criminal and family law matters until he merged and partnered with another law firm and began handling employment law matters too. After a number of years operating his own law firm he accepted a position as an Intake Director and Senior Attorney at one of the largest private law firms in Orlando. There he assisted thousands of clients in foreclosure, bankruptcy, debt settlement, immigration, criminal, family and various other areas of law that he now provides to his current clients.
Brad is admitted to practice law in State of Florida and in the Federal Courts, Middle District of Florida.