Rebecca J. Reinhardt

Rebecca J. Reinhardt, Attorney at Roberts & Stevens, P.A., Asheville, NC

Rebecca J. Reinhardt
direct dial: (828) 210-6852
fax: (828) 253-7212
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Rebecca Reinhardt focuses her practice on real estate law transactions, counseling homeowner’s associations, working on land use and zoning matters, and representing clients on business law transactions. Rebecca works closely with realtors, owners, and developers on commercial and residential real estate in Western North Carolina. She also represents small and large businesses on negotiations of loan agreements and leases.

Rebecca is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association Sections on Real Property and the Young Lawyers Division; and the American Bar Association Sections of Business Law, Real Property, Probate and Trust, and the Young Lawyers Division.

Rebecca Reinhardt officially joined Roberts & Stevens as an attorney in 2003, but her relationship with the firm dates back several years prior. She came to Roberts & Stevens as a runner in 1998. She soon worked her way into the firm's bankruptcy area, where she assisted as a paralegal for a year. Rebecca went on to earn her Juris Doctor from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Law. She continued to clerk with Roberts & Stevens during summers. Her colleagues and clients continue to appreciate the fresh and energetic perspective she brings to the firm.


Closing real estate transactions

Preparation of and researching easements, rights of way, restrictive covenants, and other various real estate agreements

Real estate contract and lease preparation and review

Working with developers in Western North Carolina, including resolutions of various subdivision issues

Negotiations of loan modifications and related agreements

Debtor and Creditor representation including foreclosure and collection matters


University of North Carolina, Asheville, BS, 1997

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, JD, Phi Alpha Delta, 2003

Holderness Moot Court-Craven Bench


Board Certified Specialist in Commercial and Residential Real Property (Certified by the NC State Bar's Board of Legal Specialization)

Business North Carolina magazine’s Legal Elite: Real Estate Law, 2014-2017

North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation, Note & Comment Editor

The North Carolina Paralegal Association - 20th Mid-Year Seminar and CLA/CP Review Course: 'Diary of a Dirt Lawyer,' 2004

North Carolina Super Lawyers, Rising Star 2012

Bar & Court Admissions

American Bar Association, Section: Business Law; Real Property, Probate and Trust; and Young Lawyers Division

North Carolina Bar Association, Section: Real Property and Young Lawyers Division

North Carolina State Bar

Community Service

First Presbyterian Church of Asheville, Child Care Center Board of Directors, 2010, and Youth Advisor, 2004-2008

Partnership for Pastoral Counseling, Board of Directors, 2007-2008, Board of Directors, President, 2009

United Way, Highlands Circle, 2010

Verner Center for Early Learning (formerly Mountain Area Child and Family Center), Board of Directors, 2014