Attorney Adam T. Duke has been elected director at the firm.
Adam Duke maintains an active litigation practice, representing financial institutions in state and federal courts in both offensive and defensive litigation. He has experience representing creditors with negotiation of loan restructures and workouts, repossession and liquidation of personal property, foreclosure of real property, the appointment of receivers, collections, enforcement of judgments, and representation of creditors in bankruptcies. Adam also represents homeowner’s associations with planned community issues such as collections and covenant violations, and title insurance companies with title claims and reformation litigation. Additionally, he represents individuals in family law matters including postseparation support, alimony, child custody, child support and equitable distribution. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, receiving his J. D. in 2009.