Robert “Bob” Fredericks

Bob is a graduate of Regis High School in New York City, Holy Cross College, 1973, and Georgetown University Law Center, 1976. He is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia.

Bob has been a member of the Virginia State Bar since 1976. During his legal career, he has been engaged in litigation in all levels of the Virginia Courts, with a primary focus on family law over the last 15 years. He has had extensive experience in all aspects of real estate transactions over his entire career. Bob was the owner of a real estate title and settlement company in Prince William County from 1989 through 2001.

He has conducted well over a thousand real estate settlements and written hundreds of real estate contracts, both residential and commercial. Bob presently prepares approximately nine hundred deeds per year in addition to preparing 1,031 documentation, contracts, leases, easements, deeds of trust, notes and other necessary and or appropriate documentation for commercial and residential transactions.

Bob is an instructor, approved by the Virginia Real Estate Board to teach continuing education, and has presented many seminars to local Realtors. His seminar topics presently include Short Sales, Sales of Bank Owned Properties, Business Concepts for Realtors, Twenty Important Legal Issues Realtors Face Every Year, and Contract Issues. He also serves on the Virginia State Bar special committee on the resolution of fee disputes.

Bob has worked with hundreds of clients on the issues of Foreclosure, Short Sales, and Loan Modifications in the recent down market.

In January 2019, Bob merged his practice with TATE BYWATER, a full service law firm which shares his passion for client client centered service.

Kristin Haynes

Kristin Haynes has been a resident of Northern Virginia since 1987 and has lived in the DMV area most of her life. She joined Fredericks & Stephens in May of 2016 after breaking from the workforce for many years to devote more time raising her three children.

Kristin received her Bachelor of Arts from The George Washington University in 1987 with a major in speech communication and minor in psychology. Her primary area of focus at Fredericks & Stephens specializes on preparing and processing deeds.

In her spare time, Kristin enjoys spending time with family, traveling, playing wallyball, and volunteering for special causes.