Who Am I?
Adam is a skilled, experienced family law practitioner. He believes it is vital clients understand what is going on every step of the way. He believes it is his job to help them achieve optimal results.
Adam is an excellent listener and communicator. He is quickly able to listen to and understand his client’s concerns and goals, and then describe the methods and procedures best designed to accomplish those goals.
Adam has represented clients in Western Washington since moving to Pierce County in 2009. While also experienced in criminal defense, personal injury, and wills, he has focused entirely on family law since starting his own solo practice in 2012. During that time, he has focused on divorce, child custody, and domestic violence cases.
Through his years of practicing family law, he understands that every case is unique, and should be treated as such. Whether a case is ripe to be settled through negotiation or requires immediate court action, he works with his clients to establish a game plan that best addresses their needs. He believes that the most important role that an attorney plays is clearly communicating the potential consequences of every decision a client faces.
Family law cases can be the most difficult time in a person’s life, which is why Adam believes that it is important to have an attorney understands all sides of a case. He applies this pragmatic approach to every case he handles.
- Gonzaga University School of Law; Juris Doctor
- Western New England College; Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
- Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association (2010-2016)
- Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association Family Law Section (2010-2016)
- WSBA Family Law Section (2010-2017)
- WSBA Criminal Section (2010-2016)
After living his whole life on the East Coast, he decided he wanted to try living somewhere different, so he enrolled in law school at Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington. After his first year of law school, he interned at the Spokane County Public Defender’s Office. The following year, he switched sides, and became a Rule 9 intern at the Spokane County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. During his third year he spent the year working at Gonzaga’s University Legal Assistance, a non-profit legal clinic. While there he worked on a variety of cases including family law, consumer law, and property law.
In his spare time Adam enjoys cooking, skiing, playing softball, and watching the Red Sox, Patriots, and Celtics.