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1733 Main Street
Pleasant Valley, NY 12569

[email protected]
Tel: 845 240 7310
Fax: 845 240 7311


Estates / Guardianship
Real Estate
Criminal Law


New York State
Southern District of New York


Professional Women in Construction
New York State Bar Association
Dutchess County Bar Association
Chi Omega Fraternity


Rhodes College, B.A., 2013
Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2016

Alexandra joined Corbally, Gartland and Rappleyea, LLP in 2017. Her practice focuses primarily on construction law, litigation, estate planning, criminal law and real estate. Alex takes the time to listen to her clients in order to successfully meet clients’ goals and expectations. In litigation matters, Alex honestly evaluates each matter to provide clients with the most candid legal advice to effectuate the best, and most cost effective results for clients.

Prior to joining Corbally, Gartland and Rappleyea, LLP, Alex served as an intern for the Honorable James D. Pagones, AJSC and Surrogate of Dutchess County. She also assisted family members in Article 17A proceedings to obtain guardianship rights over their adult loved ones with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

Alexandra is a Hudson Valley native. She received her law degree from Brooklyn Law School and attended Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee for her undergraduate degree, where she played on the Women’s Division III Basketball team that advanced to the 2nd round of the NCAA tournament during her senior year.

Notable Representations

  • Represents local contractors and business owners.
  • Represents local banks in connection with debt collection actions.
  • Assisted in securing a favorable settlement for clients in a personal injury matter against a major airline due to airline’s negligence.
  • Successfully obtained a temporary stay of liquor license suspension for local business after New York State Liquor Authority suspended its liquor license prior to affording the business a hearing.
  • Assisted in procuring a favorable resolution for a family in nationally recognized case to preclude a criminally negligent offender from receiving insurance policy proceeds from decedent.
  • Obtained a deal for client charged with a second DWI in five years that allowed client to avoid license suspension and revocation for any period of time.
  • Successfully moved for dismissal of a frivolous and meritless action and obtained an award of attorney’s fees for contractor.