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!

One thought 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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