Adam Galili devotes his practice to Minnesota family law, including prenuptial agreements, dissolution of marriage, custody and parenting time, spousal maintenance, child support, and property valuation and division. Whether a client has minor legal issues to resolve, has a financially complex estate or is in a high-conflict relationship, Adam acts with compassion and understanding in assisting his clients using his experience through years of successfully representing and protecting his clients and their rights.
In addition to representing private clients, Adam is also a trained Financial Early Neutral Evaluator on the Minnesota Court Roster where he assists parties in evaluating outstanding financial issues relating to their divorce or post-divorce filings.
WILLIAM MITCHELL COLLEGE OF LAW
Juris Doctor of Law
Adam’s experience growing up in three separate continents provides him with unparalleled perspective in interactions with diverse people and personalities. His legal knowledge and communication skills are significant assets when dealing with opposing attorneys, judges, experts, and clients. Open communication is a key reason Adam is able to consistently accomplish the goals of his clients.
In addition to being a zealous advocate for the clients he represents, Adam also serves the legal community as a family law mediator. As a neutral, he uses his professional knowledge and stellar negotiation skills to empower participants to build consensus and break down barriers in order for the parties to resolve disputes outside of the courtroom. Adam consistently maintains the requirements for listing on the Minnesota Supreme Court Roster of ADR providers.
Adam earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota. While attending law school, Adam was the recipient of the prestigious C.A.L.I. award in Constitutional Law.
Adam is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association and the Family Law Section. He volunteers as a youth baseball coach, and he loves to spend time with his family. Adam’s hobbies include travel, golf, and being an avid basketball fan.