About Catron, Catron & Glassman, P.A. in Santa Fe, NM

 

 
 

 
 

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Catron, Catron & Glassman, P.A. is New Mexico's oldest law firm. It was founded in 1866 by Thomas B. Catron, who came to New Mexico in 1866, following the Civil War and practiced law in the New Mexico Territory before New Mexico became a state in 1912. During a practice that spanned a period of 55 years, T.B. Catron served in public offices ranging from Mayor of Santa Fe to New Mexico's first United States Senator. Catron, Catron & Glassman, P.A. was built on the foundation established by Thomas B. Catron and thrives today on the energy and dedication of his descendants and their partners and associates.

We combine this history and the experience of our attorneys with the latest in office technology and innovative problem solving to provide quality legal services to satisfy our clients' evolving needs. Our attorneys' collegial yet rigorous exchange of ideas, coupled with electronic research capabilities and continuing legal education, allow our solid, traditional law firm to be alert to the continual evolution of the law and its practice. Catron, Catron & Glassman, P.A. is rooted in New Mexico's past and is part of New Mexico's future.
 
Today Catron, Catron & Glassman, P.A. is a general practice law firm within which individual attorneys have been able to concentrate in specific areas of the law. The firm's range of services has grown in response to its clients' individual needs and continues to evolve as those needs expand.

The firm has special expertise in real estate, estate and gift tax, commercial law, insurance law, wills, trusts and estate planning, civil litigation and appeals, employment law, family law, real estate litigation, and trust and estate litigation. Catron, Catron & Glassman, P.A. is dedicated to each client and has a long tradition of service to individuals, families, businesses and the community. We take pride in our ability to provide prompt, quality, cost-effective representation.