Adam’s work as a trusts and estates attorney comes from a deep-seeded desire to help agricultural businesses after his formative years were spent growing up on an Adams County farm. That upbringing helps him recognize the unique legal needs of agricultural businesses, particularly in the areas of transition planning, financing and land management issues. These areas of practice also serve as a gateway to his broader estate planning and administration practice and have led him to understand the challenges of not just agricultural businesses, but all businesses and industries. Adam has also worked in real estate transactions and handles real estate settlements.
As a seventh-generation Adams County resident, Adam has a strong commitment to our local community. He represents a wide variety of small businesses, zoning hearing boards, municipal authorities and community associations throughout the local area. He also has extensive experience with land preservation and conservation organizations and has worked with landowners, nonprofit land trusts and governmental agencies to preserve dozens of properties and thousands of acres of land. Prior to practicing law, Adam worked at the Land Conservancy of Adams County, gaining experience in the many methods of land preservation.