Cheryl is a Partner and the Managing Attorney for the firm’s Alpharetta office and Short Sale Department. She serves on the firm’s Management Committee. Cheryl is a member of the Georgia Real Estate Closing Attorneys Association and active in the Real Estate Section of the Bar. Cheryl frequently provides presentations to mortgage and real estate companies on loan fraud, contract creation, contract interpretation, and short sales.
Cheryl received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Louisiana State University and a Juris Doctor degree from University of Richmond Law School. While attending University of Richmond, she was the Managing Editor of the Journal of Law and Technology. She published an article in the journal entitled “CompuServe v. Patterson: Creating Jurisdiction Through Internet Contacts.” Cheryl was named University of Richmond’s “Woman Lawyer of the Year” by the National Association of Women Lawyers. She is a former contributing writer for the National Association of Women Lawyer’s Journal, writing a quarterly column on technology and the law.
Cheryl and her husband are both Louisiana State University alumnae. They have a daughter; the family enjoys attending Louisiana State University football games.