Phil Boyers, Associate Attorney
Phil grew up in Asheboro but moved to High Point where he attended Bishop McGuinness High School. After graduating in 2009 he attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He had initially planned on getting a business major, but after taking a history course switched to a double major in History, and Peace, War, and Defense.
Phil graduated in 2013, after which he became a substitute teacher to earn money while studying for the LSAT. Phil then attended Wake Forest School of Law. During law school, Phil was as a summer intern with the newly formed Rossabi Law Parters.
Phil graduated law school, passed the North Carolina Bar Exam, and joined the firm in 2017. As an Associate Attorney, he is presently focused on personal injury cases, deed of trust foreclosures, and municipal tax and assessment foreclosures.
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Karon E. (“Beth”) Bare, Paralegal/Legal Secretary
Beth grew up in Kernersville, North Carolina and attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She has been a legal secretary since 1991 and has worked as a litigation secretary since 1998 when she began working for Amiel at Adams Kleemeier Hagan Hannah & Fouts (now Nexsen Pruett). Beth assists the attorneys with preparing documents for filing with the court, maintaining client files and communicating with clients. She is a North Carolina Certified Paralegal.