Robert J. Solomon is a native of Boston. Raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Robert graduated from the University of Alabama in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in Corporate Finance and Investment Management. In 1989 he received his law degree from the University of Alabama, where he served as an associate editor of the Law and Psychology Review.
After graduation, Robert moved to Atlanta to practice with a mid-sized law firm in Gwinnett County. In 1995, Robert founded his own firm, where he and Lisa Baggett worked together for eleven years before establishing Solomon | Baggett, LLC.
Robert is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee. Robert’s practice has an emphasis on litigation, and his practice focuses on civil trial practice in the areas of creditors’ rights and secured lending in bankruptcy and state courts, homeowner/builder disputes and construction litigation, as well as domestic and family law litigation. Robert has appeared as attorney of record in several cases which have resulted in published opinions in Georgia and Alabama. Robert conducts in-house seminars for mortgage servicing clients, suggesting procedures and preventative measures to avoid costly litigation.
Robert is currently a member of the Alabama State Bar, State Bar of Georgia, Tennessee State Bar, the Creditors Rights and Family Law Sections of the State Bar of Georgia, and the Gwinnett County Bar Association.
Robert is married to Alison Roberts Solomon, an attorney in Atlanta, and they have three children, Rachel, Bennett and Rebecca. When not practicing law, Robert is an active runner and enjoys chasing his children.