Adam was born and raised in the ferry town of Port Jefferson on Long Island, New York. As a young adult Adam devoted his time to working for small businesses and playing competitive amateur golf finally earning himself a golf scholarship to attend Rutgers University. While at Rutgers, Adam played collegiate golf, did charity work through a fraternal organization, and worked for the university. Shortly thereafter Adam moved to South Florida to attend law school.
While in law school, Adam was the Lead Articles Editor for the International Law Review and continued working in local area businesses to ensure employment following his legal studies. Throughout his nearly 20 years of legal work, Adam has devoted himself to various legal and charitable organizations. He has served on numerous organizational boards and received numerous awards. Adam was previously elected by his peers to The Florida Bar, Young Lawyers Board of Governors and has spent the past five years serving the legal community as a member of The Florida Bar Board of Governors.
Adam is also a devoted father of two amazing daughters with whom he enjoys participating in their dance recitals as a “dancing dad” and generally doing whatever makes them happy.