Attorney Frankie Adamo is currently licensed in the State of Arizona and the State of Florida. Mr. Adamo is a general practice trial attorney who practices in most areas of litigation including, but not limited to, real and personal property matters, residential and commercial landlord/tenant issues, contract claims, tort claims (i.e. defamation, negligence, fraud, etc.) probate or estate disputes, post-judgment remedies, such as judgment collections, injunctions, civil appeals, and tax issues/appeals. Having managed real estate properties in the states of Arizona and Florida for more than 20 years, Mr. Adamo is well-versed in buying, managing, and selling real property including multi-unit properties.
Mr. Adamo graduated from Florida A&M University College of Law with honors in 2007 (he achieved Dean’s List twice). Mr. Adamo attended the University of Central Florida majoring in Computer Science as his undergraduate study. He has worked in the technology field for many years as a computer programmer/analyst.
He has served on the Unauthorized Practice of Law (UPL) Committee of the Arizona State Bar as its chair for three years. The UPL committee helps to ensure that Arizona consumers are protected against the exploits of unlicensed individuals.
During law school, Frankie Adamo was appointed Director of the Volunteer Tax Assistance Program (VITA) at his university. Mr. Adamo started his tax preparation business in 1995 and continues to both prepare tax returns and provide legal services related to tax issues to clients. He maintains an active role in federal tax court and also volunteers with VITA on an annual basis, where he prepares tax returns free of charge to those in need.