Adam Crider

Adam is a member of the Firm and he currently serves as the Business Group Practice Leader. Adam joined the Firm in 2003, after graduating from law school. While in law school, Adam focused his studies on the business transactions concentration offered at the University of Tennessee College of Law. He has represented numerous banks and businesses throughout West Tennessee in assisting them with their transaction and collection needs. Also, Adam has assisted numerous families and individuals with estate planning, conservatorships, and probate matters.



Tennessee Bar Association

  • Creditors Practice 
  • Estate Planning and Probate
  • Elder Law
  • Bankruptcy


National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association

The Howell Edmunds Jackson American Inn of Court

Community Involvement

Attends West Jackson Baptist Church

Former Deacon and Member of Medina First Baptist Church

Organized fundraising team for Alzheimer’s Association

Baseball Coach – 7-8 year old Jackson City League

Finance Committee Chairman Medina First Baptist Church and member of Personnel Committee (2009-2013)

Pro Bono Work – TLC Riding Academy, Inc. (therapeutic horse riding) (2006-present)

Former member of Relay for Life team; raised funds for American Cancer Society

Raised funds for Muscular Dystrophy Association

Pro Bono Work – Habitat for Humanity (2003-present)

Pro Bono Work – Medina First Baptist Church (2004-present)

Member of Team Taiwan – Assisting local family with international adoption

Various speaking engagements regarding elder law, estate planning, and conservatorships for West Tennessee Legal Services and West Tennessee Healthcare

Numerous presentations to local banks/lenders regarding various topics such as the Uniform Commercial Code, residential and commercial real estate transactions, and creditor rights