Bridget began practicing law in 1998 in Savannah, Georgia where she worked representing various financial institutions and banks in foreclosure and bankruptcy matters. In 2004 she moved with her husband and three children to her husband’s home town of Flat Rock, NC.
In 2010, through the toughest economic times our country has seen, Bridget managed a solo practice centered out of Greenville, South Carolina dedicated to defending clients rights during foreclosures. Working on behalf of her clients, Bridget gained a reputation for developing practical, workable solutions representing clients in short sales, deed in lieus and negotiating foreclosure workouts. Bridget received her undergraduate degree from Furman University and graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law where she was a member of the Order of the Wig and Robe. She is an active member of the South Carolina and North Carolina bar and is an inactive member in good standing of the Georgia Bar. She and her husband have three children.
Bar and Court Admissions:
- North Carolina State Courts
- Western District of North Carolina Bankruptcy Court
- South Carolina State Courts
- South Carolina Bankruptcy Court