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Albany Law Firm Tully Rinckey Opens Second Location

Albany, N.Y., law firm Tully Rinckey & Associates PLLC is opening a second law office at 427 New Karner Rd. The four-year old firm currently has offices at 3 Wembley Court.

The new offices will house 12 people working in the estate planning and elder law practice areas, said Brian Tromans, the firm’s business development director. There’s not enough room in the existing office for all 25 people now working at Tully Rinckey, he said. The practice has expanded three times at the Wembley Court location and simply needed more space, Tromans said.

The new 3,000-square-foot office has easy access to major roads and plenty of parking, Tromans said. This is important to the older clients the practice sees.

The new office is part of Tully Rinckey’s strategy of becoming one of the top ten law firms in the Albany area.

The next goal for the firm is to consolidate all of its operations in one office in 2009, Tromans said.

The firm was founded by Mathew Tully, a former Morgan Stanley lawyer, and Greg Rinckey, a former criminal defense lawyer in the Army’s Judge Advocate Generals Corps.


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