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Matthew H. McArdle - Malone, NY

43 Golf Course RdPO Box 420 Malone, NY 12953- 6027

Updated: 05/24/2016

Malone Corporate Law Lawyer


Matthew H. McArdle joined the Firm in July 2006 and became a partner in January 2010. Matthew focuses his practice on estate planning, corporate law, real estate, litigation, appeals, personal injury, and general litigation. He represents his clients in a smart, effective way, identifying an issue, and implementing a logical solution that allows his clients to move forward with their lives...

About Matthew H. McArdle

Practice Areas

  • Corporate Law
  • Appeals
  • Estate Planning
  • Real Estate
  • General Litigation
  • Personal Injury


Bar Admissions

  • New York, 2003

Other Affiliations

  • Franklin County Down Syndrome Society, Inc. (Co-Founder)
  • Greater Malone Community Fund (Board Member)
  • Franklin County Down Syndrome Society, Inc. (Vice President)
  • Franklin County Down Syndrome Society, Inc. (Treasurer)

Past Positions

  • Associate, Hinman Straub, P.C., Albany, NY, 2002–2006
  • Appellate Court Attorney, Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third Judicial Department, Albany, 2002–2003


  • Albany Law School Union University, Albany, New York, 2002
    Honors: magna cum laude
  • Siena College, Loudonville, New York, 1999


Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


43 Golf Course RdPO Box 420 Malone, NY 12953- 6027


  • (518) 481-5203



  • Albany Law Review, 2000–2002
  • Note & Comment Editor, Albany Law Review, 2001–2002
  • Scholarship Recipient, Saratoga County Bar Association, 2002

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