Amy B. Bailey

Associate Attorney

Albuquerque Divorce Attorney Amy BaileyAlbuquerque divorce attorney Amy B. Bailey found herself immediately interested in family law when she began a clerkship at a small law firm early in law school.

“I love the aspect of assisting people moving forward in their lives and guiding them out of a difficult time,” Ms. Bailey said.

Ms. Bailey’s ability to apply the law with common sense and advise clients with polite firmness has been an asset that has served her well since she began practicing law.

Her direct, no-nonsense approach enables her to give clients a realistic idea of what might happen during their case without creating any false expectations.

“I tell all clients that the three things I can never do is tell them how long it will take, how much it will cost, or what will happen in the end,” she said. “What I can do is work diligently on their behalf and assure that their interests are represented with integrity, common sense, and honesty.”

Licenses & Admissions

Ms. Bailey is licensed to practice in New Mexico.

Education

Ms. Bailey received her Bachelor of Science in journalism from West Virginia University. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of New Mexico.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Bailey practiced family law, general civil law, municipal law, and election and employment law. She also provided general counsel to the New Mexico Secretary of State from 2015-16.

Reviews

5/5

“Amy Bailey understands her business.  She is very engaged, professional, and prompt.  She will call you back right away and has made this process smooth and comfortable.  I do not have any concerns that she is not on top of things.”

5/5

“Amy is pretty clear with me and explains the procedures.  I like the way Cordell & Cordell is helping my case.”

5/5

“Amy Bailey is a great attorney. … I would absolutely use her again if needed.”

5/5

“Amy Bailey is great.  She was on top of everything.  The minute my ex and I would agree on something, she would type it up and have it notarized right then.  It was nice to have the peace of mind.”