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Adam Kielich

Adam Kielich

“I take pride in all the work I do for my clients”

Adam Kielich became a part of the family at Frank Azar & Associates in February 2019. A native of Texas, it was in the great state he received his undergraduate degree in Political Science at the University of North Texas in 2006. During this time, he gained valuable experience working at a health insurance company.

Mr. Kielich attended the Texas A&M School of Law program and graduated in 2012. Between college and law school he worked in finance, dealing with employer sponsored retirement plans. While in law school Mr. Kielich gained valuable experience and interned several organizations including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, a local police union within Texas and a plaintiffs’ firm. He became licensed to practice law in Texas in 2013.

After graduating from law school, Mr. Kielich opened his own practice handling plaintiff-side litigation and family law in the Dallas area focused on personal injury and domestic relations law. His work spanned labor and employment law, consumer law, personal injury and a range of custody and divorce proceedings across the State of Texas and federal court. Mr. Kielich’s firm exclusively represented individuals and advocated for their rights against large and small defendants. It allowed him to experience the pathway of helping people in difficult times and take pride in all the work it takes for positive results.

In 2018, Adam and his wife decided on a change of scenery and had an opportunity to relocate to Denver. It was also the same year he became licensed to practice in Colorado. Shortly after, joining Frank Azar & Associates.

Adam enjoys the pleasures engaging in culinary arts and being the proud caretaker of his two cats. He also loves to travel with his wife to new destinations when the opportunity presents itself. Adam is proud to be serving in Colorado and views it as personal accomplishment that is meaningful to his life.