Adam Randall joined the firm in May, 2010. He earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Oakland University in 2003 and graduated from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School in 2009. During law school, Adam worked full time in community association management. During that time, he gained experience in administration, maintenance and repairs, alterations and modifications, violations and enforcement, neighbor disputes, delinquency, and collections. Adam’s experience prior to joining Tilchin and Hall gives him an understanding of the community association management industry not shared by many attorneys.
Since joining our firm, Adam has gained experience in a variety of unique situations, including:
- dividing condominium units and modifying condominium plans.
- snowbird and off-site landlord issues.
- sidewalk and driveway replacement.
- working with wetlands preservation and green space restrictions.
- drafting and granting permits.
- drafting and reviewing deeds, leases and land contracts.
- handling indemnification agreements.
- litigating land contract forfeiture.
- modifying insurance policies.
- facilitating insurance repairs and reconstruction.
- drafting, interpreting and administering shared maintenance agreements.
In his spare time, Adam enjoys building and modifying computers, and travelling with his wife Danielle.
- Western Michigan University, Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Riverview, Florida
- Oakland University
- Major: Psychology
- Real Estate
Current Employment Position
- Attorney, 2010