Tina Frazier Pace – Partner
Tina is a native of the area, growing up in Wake Forest and attending Wake Forest-Rolesville High School. For college, she moved just 30 minutes away to Duke University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Economics and History. After taking a year off to work for U.S. Representative Walter B. Jones in Washington, D.C., Tina returned to North Carolina to attend law school at UNC-Chapel Hill, obtaining her J.D. in 1994. Never mistake Tina for a Tar Heel though — she was a varsity cheerleader at Duke, and her allegiance remains true “Duke” blue.
Today, Tina’s practice focuses primarily on homeowner's association law representing over 300 homeowners' associations throughout North Carolina. She also handles probate and represents incompetent people in guardianship proceedings. She is licensed to practice in all North Carolina state courts and the Federal District Court for the Eastern and Middle District of North Carolina. Tina is a member of the Wake County Bar, the North Carolina Bar Association and the Community Association Institute, which is a trade group for homeowners associations.
When she’s not working, Tina spends time working on her farm in Franklin County with her husband Rusty and daughter Jenny.
- North Carolina Bar Association, 1994–present
- Wake County Bar Association, 1994–present
- Community Association Institute (CAI), 2004–present
- Legislative Action Committee, Secretary, 2009–present
Serving North Carolina clients for more than 50 years
Hatch, Little & Bunn, LLP has provided comprehensive legal services to individuals and businesses in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Research Triangle Park, Wake County and throughout North Carolina from offices by the state capitol for over half a century. Our attorneys are licensed to practice before all North Carolina state and federal courts. Call (919) 899-9827 today, or contact us online to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys about your concerns.