New Name. New Location. Same Trusted Counsel

I promise, I’m not going anywhere. Really. But as of October 1, Amy Noe Law becomes Dudas Law, and we’ll be downtown.

Inevitably, things change. When I started on this adventure of practicing law in the year 2000, I joined my boss of six years and stayed nearly four years. In a desire to discover different areas of practice, I joined an established law firm and stayed nearly six years. But I really wanted to run my own practice. In 2010, I was finally able to branch out on my own, and Amy Noe Law was born.

It was business as usual. I hired associates, maintained a successful practice, and found multiple ways to continue serving both the Richmond area community and the legal profession at the state level.

But then I got divorced, and eventually I remarried. Even though I had a fifteen-year history as Amy Noe, I decided to change my name. I became Amy Noe Dudas on December 13, 2015, and then I began to consider when the right time would be to change the firm name. That’s a scary thought. Would the community make the change with me? Would people think I just moved away?

In what seems like a completely unrelated matter, my husband Andy and I had been batting around the idea of investing in Richmond’s downtown. The thought of being a part of Richmond’s redevelopment and revitalization efforts was so exciting to us. And then, suddenly, the purchase of a historic building in Richmond’s downtown became a reality. The building had perfect space for the firm. With a move of the law firm in our sights, the idea of changing the name at the same time made sense.

So just a few years after Amy K. Noe became Amy Noe Dudas, Amy Noe Law is now Dudas Law, with a fantastic new location at 710 East Main Street, Suite 200, in Richmond’s downtown. New name, new address – same trusted counsel. Stop by and see us; we’d love to show you around!

2 thoughts on “New Name. New Location. Same Trusted Counsel

  1. Susan Yaeger

    Congrats Amy! Can’t wait to see your new space! Thank you for saving a Richmond architectural treasure.

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