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Adam D. Bernander

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Adam D. Bernander

Senior Counsel  |  Appleton, Wisconsin

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emailEmail: abernander@herrlingclark.com

phonePhone: 920-739-7366 | 800-559-7366

faxFax: 920-739-6352

Adam D. Bernander

Adam D. Bernander is a Fox Valley native, having grown up in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He completed his undergraduate studies at UW-Milwaukee. Adam is a 2005 alumnus of the Marquette University Law School, where he graduated with honors. After earning his Juris Doctorate, Adam served as a law clerk to judges in the Brown and Outagamie County Circuit Courts. He then took a position with the Brown County Child Support Agency as a staff attorney before being promoted to Supervising Attorney. He left the public sector for private practice in 2015 and worked at a local Fox Valley Firm prior to joining Herrling Clark Law Firm as Senior Counsel. In addition to his State Bar of Wisconsin membership, Adam is a member of various local bar organizations as well as the Honorable Robert J. Parins Legal Society of Northeastern Wisconsin.

Adam is actively involved in our local community and serves on several boards; he sits on the Board of Directors for the Mediation Center of Greater Green Bay as well as the Wisconsin Humane Society. When he’s not practicing law or donating his time to our community, Adam loves to spend time with his family at their cottage in Door County or traveling together. He also loves to be on the links and is an avid golfer.

Adam is a member of the family law practice group with Herrling Clark Law Firm, focusing on divorce cases, maintenance and child support claims, property division disputes, and issues involving child custody and placement. Adam’s 14+ years of experience will benefit people facing difficult challenges because of divorce, separation, or familial issues. Adam is motivated by the opportunity he has within his practice to help people navigate through what might be the most emotionally trying experience of their life.

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