Rob concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate, mortgage foreclosures, contested foreclosure, evictions and other foreclosure related matters. His experience in these areas offers flexibility to handle a wide range of unique issues that are often present during a foreclosure action. Managing Rogers Townsend’s large default services staff in South Carolina, Rob represents mortgage lenders and servicers in residential and commercial foreclosure actions.
As part of his commitment to the Rogers Townsend vision, Rob serves on the firm’s Technology Steering Committee to ensure innovative technology growth in our firm to continuously improve service to our clients. While in law school, Rob served on the Pro Bono Board and also served as a volunteer Guardian ad Litem for abused and neglected children in Richland County, SC.
When Rob is not in the office, he can be found growing fruits and vegetables for the white tailed deer to enjoy on his property. He is an enthusiastic cook and avid traveler, particularly in America’s National Parks.
University of South Carolina, J.D., 2005
University of South Carolina, B.A., 2000
South Carolina Bar
Richland County Bar Association
Lexington County Bar Association
North Carolina Bar Association
American Legal and Financial Network (ALFN)
Mortgage Bankers of America (MBA)
Mortgage Bankers of the Carolinas (MBAC)
Legal League 100 (DS News)
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