GETTYSBURG, Pa. – Barley Snyder attorney Adam D. Boyer was elected to the Adams County Bar Association Board of Directors.
“I am excited to take on this role and I am humbled that my colleagues and peers have selected me to serve on the board of directors for the Adams County Bar Association,” Boyer said.
Boyer is an attorney in Barley Snyder’s Trusts & Estates practice group. He also represents clients in the Business and Real Estate practice groups. His work as a Trusts & Estates attorney comes from a desire to help agricultural businesses after his formative years were spent growing up on a farm in Adams County. It is that upbringing that helped Boyer recognize the unique legal needs of agricultural businesses, particularly in transitional planning, financing, and land management issues. These areas also serve as a catalyst to Boyer’s broader estate planning and administration practice and help him understand the challenges of all businesses.
A seventh-generation Adams County resident, Boyer has strong ties to the local community and represents a variety of businesses, zoning hearing boards, municipal authorities, and community organizations. He also has extensive experience with land preservation and conservation organizations and has worked with landowners, non-profit land trusts, and governmental agencies to preserve dozens of properties and thousands of acres of land.
Prior to practicing law, Boyer worked at the Land Conservancy of Adams County. He is a cum laude graduate of Penn State with a B.A. in political science and history and received his J.D. from Villanova University’s Charles Widger School of Law.