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Firm History

Cuddy & McCarthy has been a full service law firm in Santa Fe, Albuquerque and throughout the farthest reaches of New Mexico for over 100 years. Over that century, the firm has helped its clients succeed by providing comprehensive legal services to businesses, schools and universities, trusts, families and individuals. Founded in Santa Fe in 1917, and enhanced by strategic mergers, our advocacy in employment and education issues, and in real estate, family law, probate and fiduciary matters, has helped shape New Mexico law. We are known for our talented attorneys, creative legal solutions, prompt service and the confidence of our clients.

Areas of Expertise

Whether you need help with a bond issue in Las Cruces, a complex real estate transaction in Rio Rancho, or elsewhere in New Mexico, a divorce, a home purchase, a will and trust, or a school board issue anywhere in the state, in local, federal or tribal court, Cuddy & McCarthy can provide quality legal services.

Our attorneys practice in the following areas:

For more information, please see our Practice Areas.

When you work with Cuddy & McCarthy, you will receive first-rate lawyering and benefit from efficient communication that makes for far better use of your time. Our lawyers are experienced professionals in a broad range of practice areas. Some of us served as senior counsel at publicly-held utility companies or in banks. Others worked in the public schools as superintendents or administrators before attending law school. Some worked in government in Washington, D.C. or for the State of New Mexico. All will provide sophisticated legal advice that fits the situation.

If you like what you have learned about Cuddy & McCarthy and want to discuss a possible client relationship, please contact one of our attorneys or contact us at administrator@cuddymccarthy.com.  We will respond promptly.

These materials have been prepared by Cuddy & McCarthy LLP for information purposes only and are not legal advice. The transmission or receipt of the information contained on this website does not create an attorney-client relationship, and you should not act upon such information without seeking professional counsel.

 

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