My brother Bobby and I are the youngest of four siblings born and raised in Rossmoor-Alamitos. We started at Hopkinson Elementary, went through Oak and graduated from Los Alamitos High.
I went to the University of California at Santa Barbara, earned a degree in engineering and subsequently earned a law degree from Southwestern University. I was admitted to the California Bar in 2011 and I then attended the University of Virginia Law School’s National Trial Advocacy College for Attorneys. My experience includes multi–million dollar business-development efforts dealing with senior and executive levels of management along with concurrent work for the company’s corporate law department. The latter revolved around contractual issues designed to reduce business risk and liability exposure. I started a legal practice with a focus on business, real estate law and asset protection in 2012 and founded Obradovitch Realty the same year.
My brother Bobby went through the California State System. He majored in Operations Management and Public Administration and earned a BS (Departmental Honors) in Applied Studies from the CSUDH College of Business Administration and Public Policy. He has over 12 years of experience in operations management, marketing, sales and sales promotion including profit/loss responsibility. Half of this experience was accrued as a direct report to the CEO of a National Franchising Company in turning-around of corporate stores and troubled franchises in Southern California with sales in the seven figures. As an entrepreneur, he started his own an internet (clothing) company (www.humblemuscle.com) and has developed a following of thousands. Bobby brings the kind of business acumen, integrity, work ethic and synergy to our operation that will be of great benefit to our clients.
Overall we have over 25 years of combined corporate experience in multi-million dollar business development, sales and marketing, operations management, law and customer relations. Our skills have been honed under pressure in situations in which the “bottom line” is as important as the degree of client satisfaction and loyalty.