Matt Roberts is an attorney in the firm’s Franklin office. His practice focuses on real estate transactions and litigation, as well as creditors’ rights, and business litigation.
Tennessee Tax Titles
What Happens (or Should Happen) After a Tax Sale
Delinquent Tax Issues for Clerks
Nashville Office Recruiting Committee, Member
Williamson County CASA, Inc., Board of Directors (President, 2017; 2014-16); Secretary (2011-13)
Friends of Franklin Parks, Connectivity Committee
Prior to joining the firm, Matt was an attorney with Yost Robertson Nowak, PLLC in Franklin, Tennessee, where he practiced in the areas of real estate, business litigation, creditors’ rights, estate planning and probate, and general business representation. He also represented Williamson County and the Cities of Brentwood, Fairview, Franklin, Nolensville, Spring Hill and Thompsons Station in property tax matters. After law school, he practiced for three years with a litigation firm in Richmond, Virginia.
Matt is participated in the 2015-16 class of Leadership Franklin. He is currently serving his second term as President of the Board of Directors of Williamson County CASA, Inc. He originally joined that Board in 2010 and served two terms as Secretary before being elected President. He also was the second President of the Tennessee Association of Property Tax Professionals, for which he also chaired the Legislative Committee in 2011-2012 and 2014-2015, and sat on the Board for four years.
Matt is married and has one young daughter. Outside of work, Matt enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, reading, skiing, playing golf, and University of Georgia football.