Our Team

Regent Law came into being to answer the inaccessibility and impersonality of the typical law firm — multipartner, multistate, multiassociate, walnut-paneled operations whose capabilities may be deep but whose empathy for clients often runs shallow. Regent believes in a different model.

Our founders gained valuable knowledge and experience working for more “traditional” law firms but have chosen with Regent Law to peel away the layers of overhead and ostentation in favor of meaningful client engagement. We’ve chosen a modern shared workspace for our offices where the usual hierarchies, status titles and perks don’t exist. Without the weight of maintaining those obligations, Regent Law can be more nimble, responsive and engaged, allowing us to focus on what really matters — our clients and their needs.

Chad Buckingham

Chad is a co-founder and partner at Regent Law. Mr. Buckingham practices exclusively in the areas of family law and civil litigation, primarily on matters relating to separation and divorce.

Randall Faircloth

Randall is a co-founder and managing partner of Regent Law. Randall helps real estate owners, entrepreneurs, start­ups, small businesses, developers, investors, landlords, tenants and lenders navigate the issues and considerations associated with residential and commercial real estate and general business law matters.

William F. Kirk

Will comes to Regent Law with over 20 years of real estate, litigation and default experience to help clients across a spectrum of real estate and credit related issues.

Ryan R. Stage

Ryan is a member of the commercial litigation team at Regent Law. Ryan previously served as Director of Legal Advocacy at Safe Alliance, assisting thousands of victims of domestic violence in Mecklenburg County. His practice is focused on representing parties in complex commercial litigation matters in state and federal courts.

Keegan Martin

Keegan is a North Carolina Bar Certified Paralegal with more than 8 years of experience as a real estate paralegal.

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