Rashad Blossom is a dedicated and experienced bankruptcy and consumer protection attorney. He firmly adheres to values passed down from his hard-working parents. Rashad believes everyone deserves to be treated fairly and with compassion, regardless of income, particularly regarding legal representation. Rashad serves clients throughout North Carolina. He uses his personal and legal savvy to help level the playing field against large companies and bill collection agencies. Rashad takes pride in the openness of his fair debt collection litigation procedures.

Rashad’s determination to help individuals and companies in financial distress dates back to his childhood when he first recognized he had an entrepreneurial drive. Rashad created his own barbershop, Rychess Cut Barbershop, when he was 19. Rashad ran the firm for five years, relying on his hair-cutting skills, which he began at 14.

Rashad attended the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. He earned his bachelor’s degree in finance and graduated as a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society and the National Business Honor Society. Additionally, Rashad was given the Beta Gamma Sigma Outstanding Undergraduate in Finance Award. After graduation, he continued to earn his Juris Doctor at the University of Alabama School of Law. Rashad worked for Burr & Forman LLP for several years before joining Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP. After years of working at big-name firms, Rashad Blossom chose to open his own practice. 

Throughout his career, Rashad noted that wealthy individuals and organizations had no problem affording representation. Likewise, poor people qualified for legal aid. Rashad turned toward helping the ones in the middle – those who could not afford big law firm prices but still needed quality legal care. As a former small-business owner, Rashad understood the complexities of running a small business. He opened his practice to serve organizations as well as individuals. Rashad has helped his clients save hundreds of millions of dollars.

Rashad Blossom has years of experience offering legal advice to those in need and defending mortgages and mortgage service institutions. In one of his cases, Rashad represented a local bank with $20 million worth of claims against a Chapter 7 debtor and successfully negotiated the sale of the debtor’s assets. As we emerge slowly from the catastrophic effects of the pandemic, Rashad’s ultimate objective is to mentor prospective financial professionals and raise awareness in an effort to provide individuals with some relief from their financial worries.

Rashad is a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates, the ABA Young Lawyers Bankruptcy Law Committee, and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. To learn more, visit Rashad’s finance blog.