Robert (Robby) E. Schultz III, CFP®, Partner

Robby Schultz is a Partner and Financial Adviser who has worked for Rollins Financial since 1998. Robby enjoys evaluating the various investments, portfolio allocations, and retirement options for investment clients. He is involved at all levels of servicing the asset management needs of our clients. Robby has focused on several areas of the financial services industry including retirement plan administration, pensions, and taxation. His background in analyzing the various pension options as well as Social Security benefits has helped to guide clients when making retirement decisions.

In addition to his duties as a Financial Adviser, Robby also researches and implements technological changes for Rollins Financial and Rollins & Van Lear. He has also become much more involved in the taxation side of financial planning, and he routinely helps Rollins & Van Lear during tax season.

Robby attended the University of West Georgia where he graduated in 1996 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and then proceeded to earn a Masters in Public Administration graduating in 1998. Prior to working for Rollins Financial, Robby worked in West Georgia’s Athletic Department as a student and graduate assistant for four years where he was named Interim Assistant Athletic Director as a graduate assistant.

In October 2013, Robby was named by Atlanta Magazine as a FIVE STAR Wealth Manager in an independent survey scoring overall satisfaction of financial professionals. This marked the fourth year out of the last five years that Robby received this prestigious recognition.

Outside of the office, Robby along with his wife, Danielle Van Lear (partner of Rollins & Van Lear), and their daughter are members of Christ the King Catholic Church, and they support various charities around Atlanta including the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Oakland Cemetery, the High Museum of Art, and the University of West Georgia Athletic Fund. Robby has also served in the past on the Board of Directors for the University of West Georgia Athletic Fund.