Richard “Ricky” Adams III has joined Frame & Frame Attorneys at Law as an associate attorney. For over 65 years, the law firm of Frame & Frame has been serving the legal needs of the community, providing legal services, often to several generations of the same family, for thoughtful planning and during times of crises.
Adams is licensed to practice law in Maryland and he received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2017. He earned a certificate in estate planning from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2020. He received his bachelor’s degree in gerontology and legal studies from the University of Maryland Global Campus. His primary practice areas are estate planning; elder law; Medicaid planning; estate, probate and trust administration; and adult guardianship. He has also built a solid reputation for assisting clients with special needs planning and LGBTQ planning, which involves unique strategies and considerations.
Adams is involved in various roles of community service and professional organizations, including serving as the treasurer for the Maryland LGBT Chamber of Commerce, serving on the board of directors for the Baltimore County Provider Council, and serving as the co-chair of the Estate & Trust Section Study Group for the Maryland State Bar Association. He strongly believes in giving back to those in need and recently earned the Mentor of the Year award from the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service for his mentoring of volunteer pro bono attorneys. He has also been named a Maryland Super Lawyers Rising Star in Estate Planning & Probate from 2019 through 2021.
“We are so excited for Ricky to join our team,” said Tara Frame, managing partner of Frame & Frame Attorneys at Law. “His knowledge and experience will allow us to expand our firm to our clientele and provide specific guidance to meet the needs of our diverse community. Ricky is a warm and compassionate person who dedicates himself to the needs of his clients and he shares our passion for helping people in our communities. He will be an essential part of our growing team.”
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