Meet our attorneys

H. Craig Farver

H. Craig Farver was born in Bishopville, South Carolina on February 14, 1954. He received an Accounting Degree with high honors from Clemson University in 1976 and later graduated Cum Laude from Wake Forest University School of Law in 1979. Craig was later admitted into the practice of law in the State of North Carolina, State of South Carolina and the United States Middle District of North Carolina. In September, 1979 he joined the firm as an associate and became partner in the firm of Gwyn, Gwyn and Farver in 1981.  He has served as the firm’s managing partner since 1994 and for over 28 years has focused his practice in the areas of Civil Litigation, Domestic Relations Law, Bankruptcy and Business Law.

Craig is a member of the Rockingham County Bar Association, where he has served as President, the North Carolina Bar Association, where he is a member of the Family Law and Bankruptcy Law sections, and is a member of the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers.

Craig has served on the Board of Directors for the Best Friends of Rockingham County, Reidsville YMCA, Board of Elders and Deacons of the First Presbyterian Church and Board of Directors for Pennrose Park Country Club. Craig has been married to Jenny Farver since January, 1981 and he and Jenny have two children, Matt and Morgan.

Scott K. Skidmore

Scott K. Skidmore is a native of Stanly County, North Carolina. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 1989 and later graduated from the Samford University, Cumberland School of Law in 1992.   In 1992, he was admitted into the practice of law in the State of North Carolina and United States Middle District of North Carolina and later that year joined the firm as an associate.  He became partner in the firm of Farver, Skidmore & McDonough, LLP in 2001.

For over 15 years, Scott has practiced primarily Criminal Law, handling felonies, misdemeanors and traffic matters in District and Superior Court.  He is an experienced criminal trial attorney, having handled hundreds of cases, including numerous first degree murder charges.

Scott is a member of the Rockingham County Bar Association, where he has served as President, the North Carolina Bar Association, where he is a member of the Criminal Defense section, the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Scott is an active member of the community.  He has served on the Board of the Reidsville Housing Authority and is a member and past president of the Reidsville Jaycees. Scott and his wife Carmen have two children, Tyler and Samantha.

Rebekah E. Morrison

Attorney Rebekah Morrison is a double Tar Heel and Rockingham County native, growing up in Madison. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Peace, War and Defense from Carolina, graduating with distinction in 2013. She also graduated as a Buckley Public Service Scholar, demonstrating a commitment to public service with led her in part, to apply to law school. After working in Durham, North Carolina, Rebekah entered the University of North Carolina School of Law, where she became involved in learning not just the law, but the law as it affected the lives of real people in North Carolina.

She served as a Dean’s Fellow during her time at UNC Law, as well as serving on the Executive Board for the Carolina Public Interest Law Organization, and as Vice President of the Death Penalty Project. She was also involved as a peer mentor in UNC Law’s Women-In-Law organization. As a first year law student, she won the Gressman-Pollitt award for Best Overall Oral Advocacy. During her second year of law school she competed for and was offered a staff member position with the Journal of Law and Technology. In 2017, she graduated with over 100 hours of pro bono service. She was licensed to practice by the State Bar of North Carolina in September 2017, after which she returned to Rockingham County to practice law. She joined the firm in September, 2018 as an associate attorney.

Rebekah currently practices criminal law in District and Superior Court, and civil and domestic law. In her spare time, she enjoys tennis, being outdoors and spending time with her niece, cat, and puppy.