Trent Womble joins Community Partnership Foundation Board

ROCK HILL, SC – Trent Womble, an attorney at Morton & Gettys, is one of the newest members of the Community Partnership Foundation Board of Directors.

Founded in 2020, the nonprofit foundation connects other local nonprofits, helping to fund projects and programs that bring together people and ideas. The foundation supports a variety of organizations and causes striving for positive change in the community, including Adult Enrichment Centers, Children’s Attention Home Inc., Girls on the Run Tri-County and more.

Morton & Gettys has a history of serving the foundation and working toward its goals. Firm partner Melissa Cassell was the foundation board’s chair in 2022.

Trent is an experienced real estate attorney who represents clients in a range of commercial and residential clients, working with individuals and businesses to help create smooth closing experiences.

Licensed in North Carolina and Florida, in addition to South Carolina, Trent helps clients in all phases of transactions. He represents a wide variety of clients, from regional homebuilders to individual homeowners in markets across the Carolinas.

He also is a member of the Morton & Gettys Business & Corporate Law Team, helping clients establish business entities and reviewing operating agreements necessary to buy and sell real estate.