Albuquerque divorce attorney Matthew Huggins enjoys working closely with clients and helping them think clearly through what is an inherently challenging situation.
“I love the rhythm of litigation and arguing in court on a regular basis,” Mr. Huggins said.
Mr. Huggins connects with people by explaining and discussing ideas and processes, whether with a client in a private meeting, in negotiations with opposing counsel, or while making an argument in court.
“My aim is to do for you everything you would do for yourself if you had my education and experience,” he said. “To do this I need you to be fully honest with me and to pay careful attention as I explain the realities of your situation and the choices available to you as we work through this process together.”
Mr. Huggins is licensed to practice in New Mexico.
Mr. Huggins earned his Bachelor of Arts with majors in Philosophy and Classics (Greek and Latin languages) from the University of Washington. He obtained his Master of Arts in Eastern Classics from St. John’s College. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Minnesota Law School.
New Mexico State Bar, 2006
New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, 2006-17
Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Mr. Huggins was a public defender for 11 years, during which time he handled the full range of felony cases and tried more than 70 cases before a jury. For the three years prior to joining the firm, he practiced in the area of civil rights and general civil litigation.
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