Kevin M. Bayley
A member of the California Bar since 2001, Kevin Bayley’s early training as a lawyer was working for civil rights for people with disabilities, going on to work in the areas of civil , family and probate litigation. His victories for his clients have come at all levels of the legal system from administrative hearings to state trials and federal trials as well as federal class action litigation.
Mr. Bayley’s practice focuses on probate, business and family law matters, as well as general civil litigation. His years of working with clients in settings ranging from hospital bedsides to federal courtrooms have given him a keen appreciation for treating each client’s circumstances as the unique situation it is.
After graduating with a degree in Psychology from Whitman College, he earned his Juris Doctor degree from U.C. Davis. He is admitted to practice in all state courts in California as well as the United States District Courts for the Northern, Eastern and Central Districts of California. He began his practice working for the state protection and advocacy agency of California representing people in locked mental health facilities before moving into private practice.
A life-long California resident with roots in Pasadena and the surrounding area going back several generations, Kevin has always felt the importance of volunteering and political action, including working with political campaigns and recently serving on the board of Sierra Madre Community Nursery School.