Adam focuses on helping his clients resolve issues so they can get back to their lives.
A highly compassionate and intuitive lawyer, Adam works hard to solve problems for his clients, advocating for them in the courtroom and outside of it. He helps his clients understand the parameters of their case, so realistic expectations are set from the get go.
Adam’s practice focuses on family law, and he has a range of experience including matters involving matrimonial property division, child support, spousal support, child custody disputes, mobility and child welfare. In addition, he also continues to maintain a general civil litigation practice. Adam has experience litigating matters in the courtroom, having appeared routinely in morning chambers, as well as having conducted trials in the Alberta Provincial Court’s Civil, Family and Criminal divisions, and the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench. When court is not feasible, Adam also represents clients in alternative dispute resolution processes.
A born and raised Calgarian, when he’s not at work Adam can usually be found with his wife skiing and chasing powder in Revelstoke, Fernie or Lake Louise in the winter, and hiking in Kananaskis Country in the summer. His travels have also taken him to 26 countries (and counting) across the globe.
University of Calgary Law School, J.D.
Admitted to the Alberta Bar in 2016
Professional and Community Experience
Caseworker with Student Legal Assistance Trial Division
Volunteer with Pro Bono Students Canada
Legal Aid caseworker