Sean K. Lloyd
Born in Raleigh and raised in Wendell, Sean’s roots to North Carolina and the Wake County area run deep.
After graduating high school, Sean attended North Carolina State University in Raleigh where he went on to earn a Bachelor of Science in Applied Sociology with a Concentration in Criminal Justice. This allowed him to continue to work for his father at the family printing business.
Sean finally left Wake County when he attended The University of Tulsa College of Law. While in law school, Sean was elected as the President of the Student Bar Association and was selected for membership in the Phi Delta Phi honor society. Sean was also a staff member on the Tulsa Journal of Comparative & International Law which published his article regarding the Fifth Amendment rights of a resident alien after the Supreme Court case of Balsys.
It was during his time in law school where he first discovered his passion for estate planning. As a student clerk at the College of Law’s Legal Clinic, Sean was selected to work in the Older American’s Law Project. This part of the Legal Clinic provided free legal services for the elderly including drafting wills, power of attorneys and living wills.
After passing the North Carolina Bar exam, Sean worked at a general practice law firm where he was able to handle cases from criminal defense to civil litigation. It was here that he was trained thoroughly in one of his favorite areas of the law – real estate. He was further able to hone his knowledge of real estate by serving as title counsel for a local title insurance agency prior to hanging out his own shingle.
Sean lives in Raleigh with his wife and daughter. In his spare time, he enjoys restoring a vintage Land Rover, genealogy, and playing bass in a band with some friends.
-J.D., The University of Tulsa College of Law, Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution
-B.S. Applied Sociology, North Carolina State University, Concentration in Criminal Justice
-North Carolina -U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina
-North Carolina State Bar -North Carolina Bar Association -Wake County Bar Association -Tenth Judicial District Bar -Wake County Real Property Lawyers Association
-Past President, Theta Chi Alumni Corporation for the Delta Rho Chapter at North Carolina State University
-Counselor for the Epsilon Iota Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity at East Carolina University
-Past Member, Town of Wendell (NC) Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
-Past Member, Wake County Bar Association History Committee
-Theta Chi Fraternity
-Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity
“Fifth Amendment Rights of a Resident Alien after Balsys”,
Tulsa Journal of Comparative & International Law, Vol. 6, No. 2, Pages 163-193.
David E. DeVol Award for Outstanding Volunteer
Service by the Theta Chi Fraternity