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Top House Banking & Finance Lawyers - New Mexico

  • Legacy · Experience · Innovation Since 1888, the law firm of Hinkle Shanor LLP, has provided strategic legal solutions for diverse clientele throughout New Mexico and West Texas. As one of the most distinguished firms in the Southwest, we draw on deep roots in the area to provide exemplary legal services. Our legacy of excellence spans more than 125 years. The firm's clients include...

  • With offices in the state capitol, Hinkle Shanor LLP, provides legal services for diverse clientele throughout New Mexico. Our areas of practice include every aspect of natural resources law as well as environmental law, business law, employment law, tax and estate planning and more. Our attorneys offer skilled representation in transactional, regulatory and litigation matters and can...

  • Giddens & Gatton Law, P.C., is a highly respected law firm with a long-standing history of success. Our legacy of quality legal services spans nearly 20 years. We continue to grow and flourish based on a core dedication to meeting clients' needs. Our Areas Of Focus Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, we serve clients ranging from individuals to businesses, banks, lenders and creditors -...

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