About

Douglas W. Thomson

After receiving a cum laude degree from Vanderbilt University, Doug obtained a law degree from Ohio Northern University, where he was on law review, and a Masters of Business Administration from Xavier University. He spent six years as general counsel to Structural Dynamics Research Corporation before establishing his own practice in Milford, OH. He has served as Mayor of the City of Milford and President of the Ohio Land Title Association for a period of time, and is currently active in the community as a Member of the Clermont County and Milford Chambers of Commerce. Doug practices in Kentucky and Ohio and is also owner of TechneTitle Agency Inc., a provider of title insurance services. In his free time, Doug enjoys training for the senior olympics and serving on the board of Matthew 25 Ministries.

Charles Rogers

Charlie received an honors degree in Financial Management from Western Kentucky University and a law degree from Salmon P. Chase College of Law. He is currently on the board of The Glen Assisted Living Facility and is published author on many topics, including clearing post-foreclosure title liens and commercial and business dealings (UCC law). Charlie finds fulfillment in volunteering in legal aid family law and estate planning clinics, and receiving court appointments to represent abused and neglected children. Charlie is admitted to practice in the State of Ohio, the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the United States Southern District of Ohio and United States Eastern District of Kentucky federal courts. In his spare time, Charlie enjoys traveling, spending time with his family and coaching his daughters’ soccer team.

Charles “Trey” Barrowman III

Trey earned his Bachelor degree from Southeastern Louisiana University and his Juris Doctorate from the Salmon P. Chase College of law, graduating with Honors and Cum Laude. During law school, Trey was Associate Editor of the Northern Kentucky Law Review, active in the Chase Small Business and Non-Profit Law Clinic, and a law clerk in both the Ohio Attorney General’s office and the Kenton County Circuit Court. He is admitted to practice in the State of Ohio, the Southern District of Ohio federal courts, and the Commonwealth of Kentucky and his core practice involves real estate transactions, secured financing, and other business transactions. In addition to his position within Thomson Law, Trey serves as in-house counsel and a licensed title insurance agent for TechneTitle Agency, Inc.