|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|High Distinction in Pro Bono Service||Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law||2007|
|Managing Member||Martinez Law, PLC||2013 - Present|
|Member / Instructor||Martinez School of Real Estate||2013 - Present|
|Member / Instructor||Combs School of Real Estate||2010 - 2013|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Arizona Association of REALTORS||Dispute Resolution Mediator / Arbitrator||2011 - Present|
|State Bar of Arizona, Real Property Section||Member||2009 - Present|
|Arizona Association of REALTORS||Legal Hotline Attorney||2008 - 2011|
|Independent Mortgage v. Alaburda, 230 Ariz. 181, 281 P.3d 1049 (App. 2012)||Affirmed|
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|Arizona Attorney, State Bar of Arizona||Top 10 Foreclosure and Short Sale Issues||2010|
|The Real Estate Law Journal, State Bar of Arizona||Update on Court Decisions and the Anti-Deficiency Statutes||2008|
|Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Sedona Verde Valley Association of REALTORS, CE||Agency in Real Estate||2014|
|Arizona School of Real Estate and Business||Short Term Leases and the Superbowl||2014|
|West Valley REALTOR Expo||Contracts, Carrybacks, Lease-Purchases & More||2013|
|Continuing Legal Education||Landlord Tenant Disputes—What Every Property Manager Should Know||2013|
|Maricopa County Bar Association CLE||The New AAR Residential Resale Purchase Contract||2011|
Posted by Donna Volden
I hired Mr. Martinez to help me in an estate issue. He charged me $500 for a demand letter. I was satisfied with the letter, but we didn't get the response from the other party that we needed and so we needed to move forward. He told me to set up and prepay for a phone consultation, which I did.
The consultation was to determine next steps and if we should proceed. We decided to proceed. After the call he informed me that his schedule was busy for the next month and we would proceed the next month. I waited patiently, then emailed him/called and didnt hear back. He finally reached out to me a few weeks later to tell me that he was too busy for my case. I feel mislead and never would have spent the additional $275 for a call to discuss next options. His response was that he had answered an additional email prior to the call. I spent almost $800 to bring Mr. Martinez up to speed on my case only to have to do it again with another lawyer. His point was that I was satisfied with the results of the call, so I got what I paid for. I was only satisfied with the call because we had agreed to proceed. Had I known he was too busy to take the case, I never would have proceeded with the first demand letter. I assumed part of the $500 was for him to be come familiar with the case. I am very disappointed with his lack of professionalism. There were a few red flags, that I shouldn't have ignored.
Posted by Chris
We dealt with Mr Martinez for 3 years on a real estate contract between relatives. His patience and professionalism in handling this fiasco was beyond reproach considering opposing counsel and his client were anything but cooperative or professional. Not only did he keep us informed, but listened to our concerns, answered our never ending questions and met me at the airport when I had to come to AZ to take possession of the property. Without him I know this mess would not have finally been settled. I would highly recommend Mr Martinez to anyone wanting to deal with an attorney who will work hard for you and not look at a client as a dollar sign.
Posted by anonymous
Adam responded in a timely manner and provided me with all of the information that I needed. Should I decide to go forward with my case I will definitely hire him.