Kyle R. Adamson opened his practice in August of 2015, with the goal of bringing affordable legal services to low and moderate means individuals and businesses. The Law Office of Kyle R. Adamson focuses primarily on small business, real property, and immigration law issues. Kyle has worked on a range of matters involving business and contract disputes, partition actions, unlawful detainers, easement and boundaries issues, lease negotiations, financial elder abuse, debt collection, estate planning document drafting, and immigrant and nonimmigrant visa petitions, to name a few.
In September of 2015, Kyle was accepted to participate in Norther California Lawyer Access, Inc.’s (NCLA) Academy program, an attorney incubator program and State Bar of California Modest Means/Incubator Project grant recipient. Tasked with helping young attorneys establish sustainable law practices aimed at expanding access to legal services for low and moderate income individuals, NCLA’s Academy has provided The Law Office of Kyle R. Adamson the resources and insight necessary to effectively represent low and moderate means individuals throughout northern California’s rural communities.
Since affiliating with NCLA, Kyle has assisted numerous modest means clients by offering individually assessed rates and payment structures commensurate with an individual’s ability to pay. Additionally, Kyle has committed to providing pro bono services to Californians where it counts most, setting aside time to participate community events like the Nevada County All Veterans Stand Down Event and assisting with disaster relief efforts for the Lake County fire victims. Kyle’s recognition of the need to provide greater access to justice for low and moderate means individuals and willingness to act extends back to his law school days. Recognizing the unique struggles of immigrants, Kyle provided pro bono representation to and advocated on behalf of undocumented immigrants as a Certified Student Attorney in Western State College of Law’s Immigration Law Clinic.
Prior to opening The Law Office of Kyle R. Adamson, Kyle worked for Western State College of Law as a research assistant to his former Secured Transactions Professor, Edith Warkentine. His collaboration with Professor Warkentine focused on the development of the law school text, Secured Transaction: A Context and Practice Casebook. His contributions included, among other things, the creation original content in the form of chapter exercises and problems and analytical breakdowns of the same for the teaching edition of the text.