Adam D. Martinez

Adam D. Martinez is an experienced litigator and appellate attorney at Rose Law Group serving as Chairman of the Real Estate Litigation Department. He represents individuals and businesses involved in both commercial and residential real estate disputes and lawsuits, including matters related to contract disputes, title disputes, boundary and easement issues, fraud, quiet title and partition suits, financing and foreclosure matters, ADA accessibility claims, ADA compliance, landlord/tenant disputes, homeowner and condominium association disputes, agent/broker defense, and issues involving the Arizona Department of Real Estate. Adam’s trial and appellate experience make him a valuable consultant and strategist to individuals and real estate professionals at all stages of a transaction or dispute.

Adam is a well-known leader in the Arizona real estate community. He has represented the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR) as a “Legal Hotline Attorney” where he provided real-time legal advice regarding real estate law, disputes, and risk management to designated brokers. He is currently an approved mediator and arbitrator for the AAR Dispute Resolution System. Adam regularly speaks and writes on real estate legal issues. His writings can be found in various publications including, the Arizona Real Estate Law Journal, the Arizona Attorney Magazine, and the AAR REALTOR® Digest. Adam has presented to real estate and other professionals at locations throughout Arizona, including the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business in Scottsdale, the Southeast Valley Association of REALTORS®, the Sedona Verde Valley Association of REALTORS®, the Central Arizona Board of REALTORS®, the West Maricopa Association of REALTORS®, the Lake Havasu Association of REALTORS®, the Maricopa County Bar Association, and numerous brokerages and title agencies. Adam is also certified by the Arizona Department of Real Estate as a real estate course instructor and teaches classes in agency, contracts, disclosure, and other subjects to real estate professionals.

Adam received his J.D. from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and his B.A. in Political Science from Arizona State University.

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