Adam Weisman

Adam Weisman


Practice Areas

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Real Property Litigation and Easements
  • Family Law
  • Juvenile Court: Dependency, Guardianship and Adoption
  • Arbitrations and Appeals


Adam Weisman joined Hinderaker & Rauh as an associate in 2002 and became a partner in 2010. A graduate of the University of Arizona Rogers College of Law, Weisman’s practice focuses on business litigation, especially in the areas of real estate, landlord and tenant law, land use and easements, and contracts. Weisman also handles family issues, including adult guardianship and conservatorship, and appears in Juvenile Court on dependency, guardianship, and adoptions matters. Representing clients throughout the State of Arizona, Weisman has appeared for bench and jury trials in Pima, Maricopa, Pinal, Navajo, Cochise, Santa Cruz, and Yuma Counties, and in Federal Courts. He has also briefed and argued appeals, most recently in the Arizona Supreme Court. Weisman has lectured to both legal professionals and lay people on landlord and tenant issues and complex easement matters, and has also provided legal advice or pro bono legal services to Tucson arts and athletic organizations, including Tucson’s Arts Marketplace and the Southern Arizona Roadrunners. Weisman consults with clients and non-clients alike on residential landlord and tenant problems and is always happy to answer your questions at no cost. A former college professor of American literature, Weisman is married to a Tucson native, Rebecca Taylor, and they have three children in Tucson public schools and the Tucson Jewish Community Center.

Adam's practice experience includes:

  • Prevailing in the oral argument of Kadlec v. Dorsey before the Arizona Supreme Court.
  • Winning a successful jury verdict for HRW client, Blue Diamond Homes, in Navajo County.
  • Settling a breach of lease litigation for a commercial landlord for over $500,000, including future rent.
  • Enforcing a contract against a major health insurance company in American Arbitration Association proceedings on behalf HRW client, Dependable Health Services.
  • More than a decade of practice in the Juvenile Court.
  • Successfully representing homeowners and contractors before the Registrar of Contractors.
  • Custody modification, including disputes involving the UCCJEA.


  • JD, University of Arizona, 2002
  • PhD, Harvard University, 1995
  • M.Phil, University of Oxford, 1989
  • BA, Columbia University, 1985


  • State Bar of Arizona
  • Pima County Bar
  • United States District Court, District of Arizona


  • Chair, Executive Council, Real Property Section of the State Bar of Arizona 2014-2015


“I was so comfortable with Adam's team. They went above and beyond the norm, especially during this Covid 19 time. THANK YOU Duvia, Sara, and Adam P. Weisman. Exceptional service.” AVVO, May 9, 2020
“We hired Adam Weisman to fight an allegation of fraudulent transfer. The case was complex, but Adam knows the law and won the case for us.” AVVO, September 10, 2019
“Adam explained everything about the process very clearly and it all happened step by step exactly as he said it would.” AVVO, September 6, 2019
“Adam was quick to devise a strategy that proved effective. He was responsive, informative and was a good steward of my financial resources.” AVVO, August 27, 2019
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