Corbally, Gartland and Rappleyea, LLP has stood tall in the City of Poughkeepsie in its capacity to provide legal counsel and service, as well as in its commitment to the vitality of this beautiful and historic city.  The Firm traces its roots back to its founding in 1876, and to its present day location, the Bardavon Office Building located in the heart of downtown.

Corbally, Gartland and Rappleyea, LLP can boast that it has consistently been one of the largest private employers on Market Street, employing in excess of 40 individuals, both attorneys and staff, over many decades.  Rena M. O’Connor, Esq., highlighted in The New York Times article and a successful Marital and Family Law attorney with the Firm, is a quintessential example of the opportunity the City of Poughkeepsie can provide to those who grew up in the city, and who currently reside and work here.  Rena exemplifies one of many who chose to come back to their roots to raise their families, hone their craft, and share their talents with our diverse community.

The Firm remains committed to the vitality and current resurgence of this beautiful city.

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