Adam Trenk practices in the areas of land use, zoning, public policy, lobbying, community relations, equinie and business law. Adam is a great asset to RLG clients as he advises and assists based on his wide ranging experiences. He served as the Vice Mayor of the Town of Cave Creek from 2013 to 2015 and was elected Councilman of his community from 2009 to 2011. He is western horsemanship enthusiast, a real estate property asset manager, and small business owner.
Mr. Trenk attended Arizona State University where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship from the W.P. Carey School of Business. After graduating he launched a career in real estate, working for the real estate investment firm and then branched out on his own as a consultant, while investing in and managing his own investment properties.
Adam went on to earn a Master of Real Estate Development degree from Arizona State University and then his Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. In law school Adam built his curriculum around alternative dispute resolution and real estate related courses.
While completing his studies Adam was very active in his community. Adam was a board member for the Cave Creek Merchant’s Chamber of Commerce and sat on the Citizen’s Advisory Committee to the Town Council prior to making a run for a Council seat himself. Adam was elected to hold a seat on the Cave Creek Council in 2009.
Prior to joining Rose Law Group in 2010 Adam Trenk worked at another Arizona law firm, where he focused on real estate and litigation.
Mr. Trenk is a western horsemanship enthusiast and has been riding horses across the country since he was a child. Throughout high school and college he spent several summers as an apprentice horse trainer on a Montana ranch. Today he lives in Cave Creek, AZ on his own small horse ranch. His practice includes servicing the legal needs of the equestrian industry.