Sean Quirk

PRACTICE AREA: Real Estate Litigation, Default Services


University of Michigan

University of Toledo College of Law


Sean joined Campbell & Brannon in 2021 after serving as Managing Attorney at the law firm of Shapiro Pendergast & Hasty, fka Shapiro, Swertfeger & Hasty, LLP. Sean has over 24 years of experience practicing law in the state and federal courts handling foreclosures, bankruptcies and real estate litigation for mortgage lenders.

Sean’s diverse legal background includes complex litigation involving real estate, mortgage lending and servicing, foreclosure, eviction, condemnation, quiet title, title issues and disputes, equitable subrogation, reformation actions, declaratory judgments, judicial foreclosure, Truth-in-Lending Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, eminent domain, and the like. He has litigated in trial courts and in courts of appeals representing mortgage lenders and servicers. Some of his cases have resulted in favorable published decisions including U. S. Bank Trust National Association v. Chieftain Atlanta, L. P., Court of Appeals of Georgia (September 20, 2021)— S.E.2d —-2021 WL 4260382, and In re Annie Thompson, 499 B.R. 908, United States Bankruptcy Court, S.D. Georgia, Augusta Division (2013).

Sean graduated from the University of Michigan and from the University of Toledo College of Law, cum laude. Sean grew up near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Roswell, Georgia, attended Milton High School in Alpharetta, and currently resides in Suwanee with his wife, 4 daughters, a dog and two cats. In his spare time, Sean enjoys spending time with his family and enjoys old classic movies and University of Michigan football.