James P. Melita
James P. Melita was born and raised in Gloversville, NY. He obtained a Bachelor’s Degree from Plattsburgh University with a degree in Political Science. He continued his education at the Auburn Hills campus of Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where he graduated from with Honors. After graduating, James worked for a short period with a large firm Downstate, before returning to Upstate New York to open his own practice. James also has prior experience from volunteering with the Rensselaer County Public Defender’s Office.
James has been practicing for nearly a decade, seven of those years being on his own. He is well versed in family and matrimonial law, as well as property damage and property disputes. James’s drive and ambition are apparent in his zealous representation of his clients and his personable demeanor is responsible for establishing a great relation with the local courts. James P. Melita is licensed to practice in New York and New Jersey and is an active member of the Montgomery County Bar Association.
When he is not practicing law, James enjoys spending time with his wife and their two daughters or renovating their house in Guilderland.
Adam G. Giangreco
Adam G. Giangreco graduated from Radford University with a degree in Business Management and obtained his Juris Doctorate from University at Buffalo Law School in 2011. After law school, Adam began his litigation career with the Albany County Attorney’s Office where he defended the County in property damage claims, personal injury matters, constitutional and civil rights cases, and employment cases. After his tenure with Albany County, Adam moved on to represent clients for a nationally recognized civil defense law firm where he continued to specialize in personal injury and property damage cases, as well as municipal defense. In addition to his broad experience in federal and state court litigation, Adam also has years of experience prosecuting child abuse and family court cases where he has excelled in trial advocacy. Adam is known for his passionate representation, his responsiveness to his clients, and his ability to win over judges and adversaries alike.
When Adam is not in the courtroom or at the negotiation table, he enjoys running and exercising, reading classic novels and spending time with friends and family.