Partner Biography

Hilton (Hutch) Hutchens, Jr. brings energy and gumption to his position as the Default Servicing Litigation Managing Partner for the Hutchens Law Firm where he practices in the areas of Civil litigation, Collections, Creditors' rights and Foreclosure. 

Hutch strives for success for the firm and for each of his clients. 

“Whether it is a national bank or an aggrieved individual, our laws provide the same protections for each; and each deserves competent and thorough legal representation.” 

– Hutch Hutchens





Professional Profile



Undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University

Juris Doctor from Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law


North Carolina State Bar, 2006



American Bar Association

North Carolina Bar Association

    • Leadership Academy Graduate (2011)
    • Lawyer on the Line (“Call4All”) Task Force, Subcommittee chair
    • NCBA Young Lawyers Division Committee for New Projects and CLE’s
    • Nomination Committee


Cumberland County Bar Association

    • President (2014-2015), Vice President (2013-2014), Second VP (2012-2013)
    • Executive Board (2011-2014)
    • Law Day Service Project Committee C-Chair, 2012
    • Awards Committee, 2013


Co-Chariman, Cumberland County Young Lawyers Division, 2007-2008

Hutch is active in the community. He is currently serving on the Fayetteville Technical Community College Board of Trustees and was previously on their Foundation Board; he is the Attorney for Cumberland County Board of Elections, and Board of Directors for the March of Dimes – Cape Fear Region. He also coaches an Under 6 team for the Fayetteville Youth Soccer Association.  Hutch married Harper Holscher Hutchens of Washington, N.C. in 2006 and they are extremely proud parents of Foster and Hilton, III.


Forty under 40, 2011

    • The Fayetteville Observer

Super Lawyers Rising Star

    • 2011, 2012, 2013 Super Lawyers of North Carolina


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