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Briefcase: Giddens + Gatton Law announces new hire

Elizabeth Friedenstein

Elizabeth “Liz” Friedenstein has joined Giddens + Gatton Law, P.C.

Friedenstein graduated from the University of New Mexico with a bachelor’s degree before attending the Oklahoma City School of Law, where she earned her juris doctorate and certificate in business law. Friedenstein brings extensive experience to her role at Giddens + Gatton Law. She has practiced since 2010 throughout New Mexico in the areas of real estate, probate, estate planning, and business and creditor’s rights. She has experience with depositions, mediations, compliance with state and federal rules, regulations and statutes, curing title defects or issues through claims and litigation, mobile home curative and homeowner association claims. She has represented individuals, homeowner associations and small businesses, as well as small and national lenders.

Friedenstein is licensed in the State of New Mexico, State of Oklahoma, United States District and Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Mexico and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.

In addition to her experience as an attorney, Friedenstein has served as executive director of the nonprofit New Mexico Land Title Association and Board Chair of the Business Law Section of the State Bar of New Mexico. Friedenstein is a member of the New Mexico Women’s Bar Association and the Hispanic National Bar Association.

 

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