About Ckezepis & Bright Law, PLLC, Huntersville, NC | Ckezepis & Bright Law, PLLC

About Ckezepis & Bright Law, PLLC, Huntersville, NC

We are knowledgeable about what a buyer and seller need from their closing attorney in the Huntersville area, and we will make the closing process as smooth and successful as possible.

Mr. Justin Ckezepis worked as a licensed real estate broker, representing both home buyers and sellers, for more than four years prior to starting his own law firm in 2016. With experience and understanding of what home buyers and sellers are looking for in a closing attorney, Mr. Ckezepis has developed systems to ensure that those buying and selling residential real estate will be informed during each step of the process and, in the end, met with a smooth closing.

About Ckezepis & Bright Law, PLLC, Huntersville, NC

Conveniently located in Huntersville, North Carolina at Birkdale Village, you will be met with friendly people who truly want you to succeed in your real estate endeavors at Ckezepis & Bright Law, PLLC. Whether you are a first-time home buyer, a seasoned veteran to the home buying process, or an avid investor, Ckezepis & Bright Law, PLLC has the systems and people in place to ensure your closing process will be smooth.


Trey Bright

Trey Bright

Born and raised in North Carolina, Trey Bright is a Tar Heel through and through. Mr. Bright earned undergraduate degrees in Business Administration and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a member of the University’s Honors Program and the Kenan-Flagler Business School. Mr. Bright continued his education in Chapel Hill at the University of North Carolina School of Law where he served as the Managing Editor of the First Amendment Law Review.

Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Bright practiced law in the Charlotte office of an international law firm where he routinely represented clients in commercial real estate finance, corporate finance, private equity, mezzanine financing and commercial lending transactions.

As Ckezepis & Bright Law’s Managing Partner, Mr. Bright is firmly committed to ensuring that the firm remains a leader in the North Carolina real estate community through a continued commitment to client service.



Myles Owens

Born in Texas and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. Myles attended undergraduate at William Peace University where he was a member of the Men’s Golf Team for four years and received his degree in Pre-Law. Myles went on to receive his Law degree and Master’s in Business Administration from Elon University where he served as a Business Fellow.

After Graduation, Myles went on to serve as In-house counsel for a tech company in the Raleigh area representing the company in contract negotiations, data privacy and security matters. Myles has experience in the commercial development space, primarily in multifamily development. Myles has experience taking a project from the land acquisition, through the entitlement process until the project is refinanced after a lease-up period. Real estate has been a passion for Myles since getting into the industry while in Law School.

Myles is dedicated to customer service and making sure each client feels like their needs are being addressed as accurately and efficiently as possible.


Justin A. Ckezepis, Esq.
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Justin A. Ckezepis


Mr. Ckezepis’ family has always been involved in residential real estate. His father began his real estate adventures in the 1980s in California. When Mr. Ckezepis’ family moved here in the early 1990s, his father wanted to bring the west coast real estate mentality to the South.

“I will never forget the stories my dad has told me about real estate in his early days. ‘Son, there would be lines of cars outside of the sellers’ home, and buyers would come in one at a time, present their offer, and the sellers would make a decision that day.’ Fast forward to today – technology has changed the approach but the market can still have that same effect on Buyers and Sellers.”

Mr. Ckezepis attended Appalachian State University where he majored in Communications with a focus on Electronic/Media Broadcasting. Upon graduation, he pursued a legal education at Charlotte School of Law.

Having lived in the Charlotte area since 1994, Justin Ckezepis is passionate about the people and communities in North Carolina. Mr. Ckezepis currently lives in Cornelius and enjoys spending time with his family, boating on Lake Norman, and rooting for the Panthers, Hornets & Hounds – Charlotte’s own professional sporting teams.