Adam hails from Ypsilanti, Michigan where he returned after serving 5 years in the United States Army as a Cavalry Scout. His time in the army was split between Fort Hood, Texas and two combat tours to Iraq. Adam served as a gunner on a Humvee and a Bradley Cavalry Fighting Vehicle within the 7th and 12th Cavlary Regiments while assigned to the 1st Cavalry Division. Adam was honorably discharged in March of 2008.
Adam attended Eastern Michigan University for his bachelor's degree, graduating in 2010. Then he attended Michigan State University College of Law graduating in 2014. During his time in school, Adam focused on litigation by competing on EMU's mock trial team, where he competed at the national championship in 2010, and on MSU's trial advocacy board, where he competed across the country. Adam also earned a certificate in trial practice while in law school, and received the highest honors in criminal trial skills. He is a member of the Clinton County Bar Association and an active member of Rotary.
After graduating from MSU, Adam married his wife Rachel and the two have one son named Daxton and a dog named Paco. The four enjoy spending time together by getting outside whenever they can, and by pretending that Adam knows how to sail.
Adam’s focus is on criminal law and family law, at both the trial and appellate level. He holds a Certificate in the area of Family Law issued by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education and the State Bar of Michigan, and has been invited to represent the indigent in appellate courts across the state.