Robert N. Maitland, Attorney
Rob Maitland is President of the Orange County Bar Association and the Founding Partner of the Maitland Law Firm. Rob is proud to be a Tar Heel, having received his law degree from the
Rob is that rare attorney who not only has legal knowledge, but also previous experience in business, banking and entrepreneurial roles. Although known as a tough negotiator and litigator for his clients, Rob's special quality is his ability to see the big picture and then draw from his background to be a Deal Maker rather than a Deal Breaker. Rob routinely fashions innovative solutions for his clients after consulting on personal, business and litigation matters. You can hear some of Rob's weekly radio tips at www.LegalTipofTheWeek.com
Rob Maitland has successfully closed thousands of real estate transactions and welcomed countless new people to
Rob practices in the areas of Residential and Commercial Real Estate, Immigration Law, Business and Entrepreneurial law, Civil and Commercial Litigation, and Elder Law. Rob was recently honored by admission into the United States Supreme Court Bar. He has two children, Katie born in 1999 and Robby born in 2003. Rob hopes you will grant him the privilege and opportunity to serve as your attorney.
|Education:||University of California B.A.|
U.S. District Court Middle District of North Carolina
North Carolina 2002
U.S. Supreme Court
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