Bryan Caskey assists buyers and sellers in real estate transactions, and represents individuals in domestic and real estate litigation.
In his litigation practice, Bryan handles a wide variety of family court issues, including divorce, alimony, child custody, child support, and equitable division. He also has extensive experience representing individuals and businesses in real estate litigation, such as landlord/tenant disputes, breach of contract claims, mechanics lien actions, and other civil litigation. His experience includes both trial and appellate practice in South Carolina state courts.
In his transactional practice, Bryan assists buyers and sellers in residential and commercial real estate transactions. He assists clients with all aspects of buying and selling real estate in South Carolina, from the initial drafting of purchase contracts through closing to ensure smooth and orderly real estate transactions.
He is admitted to practice law in both federal court for the District of South Carolina and the State of South Carolina. Prior to law school, Bryan graduated from Washington and Lee University in 2003, where he received a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in both Economics and Philosophy. After graduating from the Valparaiso University School of Law in 2006, he practiced law in Columbia for ten years prior to co-founding Caskey & Imgrund.
Bryan grew up in Columbia, South Carolina, and is married to Mary McFarland Caskey. Bryan and Mary have a son, Henry, and a daughter, Molly. They are members of the First Presbyterian Church of Columbia and active in the community. Bryan is a state officer of the South Carolina Sons of the American Revolution and as an Eagle Scout, Bryan assists his son’s cub scout pack. In his free time he enjoys sporting clays, reading, travel, and Gamecock athletics.