Timothy M. Fisk, Esq.
A senior partner and co-owner of the firm, Tim earned his law degree from the Liberty University School of Law in 2010, where he received the Juvenile and Family Law Award and the Virginia State Bar Family Law Section Certificate of Achievement. Tim earned his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1984. He has practiced with the firm since 2010.
Prior to entering the practice of law, Tim’s work experience spanned careers in small business entrepreneurship, community banking, and distinguished military service. For several years preceding his legal studies, Tim managed a local hardware store that he founded in 1993. In 2007, he sold his interest in the Chatham, Virginia business, which has remained in continuous operation since. That experience followed his career in banking, also in Chatham, as the branch manager for a Main Street bank.
A proud veteran of the United States Armed Forces, Tim was designated as a Naval Aviator in 1986 and was appointed by the President as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy in 1988. Flying the A6 Intruder, he received several commendations, including the Replacement Air Group Pilot of the Year and the East Coast Pilot of the Year. In 1989, Tim was one of only three Intruder pilots selected to receive the honor of flying over the Inauguration of George H. W. Bush as the 41st President of the United States.
Tim is responsible for the firm’s business law practice and is experienced in several fields of civil litigation and transactional matters, including family law and real estate. A member of the Local Government Attorneys of Virginia, Inc., he also has broad experience in local government practice and serves as the primary town attorney for the Town of Chatham. Tim has also served as Pittsylvania County’s Commissioner of Accounts since 2013, following his previous appointment as Assistant Commissioner of Accounts under H. Victor Millner, Jr., Esq. He is licensed to practice in the courts of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia.
A leader in the community for many years, Tim has served as Treasurer for the Pittsylvania County Bar Association and is a former President of the Chatham Rotary Club. He is today an active member of Cornerstone Church of Christ in Chatham, where he serves as an elder. Tim also teaches as an adjunct professor at the Liberty University School of Law.
Tim lives in Chatham, Virginia with his wife Jeanie, a physical therapist. They are the proud parents to three adult children.