Peachtree Corners, GA – June 23, 2020 – McMichael Taylor Gray, LLC has hired John P. Fetner as Managing Attorney of North Carolina.

John P. Fetner brings with him eleven years of experience representing creditors, mortgage bankers, investors, banks and credit unions.   He has practiced in the area of real estate transactions, including purchases, refinances, equity lines, construction loans and foreclosures since 2009.  John further focuses his practice in commercial real estate transactions, collections, and homeowner’s associations. John is licensed in South and North Carolina.

John graduated from the University of South Carolina at Columbia, with honors, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He then attended the University of South Carolina School of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctor.  While in law school, he served as a Law Clerk for the City of Columbia Legal Department.

John just completed his term as the Business Law Committee chair for the Mecklenburg County Bar.  He currently serves on the audit committee and Judicial Nominating Committee for the Mecklenburg County Bar.

In his spare time, John is an avid music enthusiast and sports fan.  He is currently learning French and enjoys his off time with his wife Jane.

Art Morris, Partner, said “We’re very excited to have John on our team. His depth of experience, knowledge and management capabilities will complement our team of seasoned executives.”

More information about John P. Fetner is available on the companies who we are page.

For more information, contact Amanda Buffington Gunderson at (303) 717-9943.


About McMichael Taylor Gray, LLC.

McMichael Taylor Gray, LLC (“MTG”) is a full-service default and creditor right law firm delivering quality, cost-effective legal services for financial institutions throughout most of the southeast. The founding partners of MTG established a forward-thinking, client-focused law firm, centered on an unwavering commitment to the following core values: excellence; integrity; honesty; and respect.

John P. Fetner