The firm is well established with many ties to the community's business, organizations and individuals.
Richard A. Frye is a long-time resident of Whitesboro, New York, active in the community for most of his life. As a result of his strong contact with the community, he has been and is now serving as attorney for the Whitesboro Central School District. In addition, Richard has also been actively involved in the Old Forge, New York area. Richard has served as the attorney for the Town of Webb for more than twenty-five years.
Malorie A. Carbone, a lifetime resident of the area, has been actively involved in various community groups and organizations and has numerous strong contacts with many local businesses. While her practice has a strong emphasis on matrimonial and family law, she also has a keen understanding of local business needs enabling her to provide necessary legal services to her business clients. Malorie, in conjunction with the Shevy Law Firm of Albany, New York, provides estate planning for area residents and the firm is actively engaged in probate and related estate work. Malorie also has extensive experience in the construction field which is a great aid in contractor litigation.
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-Divorce and Family Law
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-Litigation and Appellate Practice
Richard A. Frye
Practice Areas: Probate; Estate Planning; Elder Law; Real Estate; Divorce and Family Law; Negligence; Litigation; Commercial Law; Contract Law; Business Law; Municipal Law
Admitted: 1958, New York
Law School: Albany Law School, LL.B.
Member: Oneida County (President, 1993), New York State, Northern District of New York Federal Court and American Bar Associations.
Biography: Richard has engaged in the general practice of law in the Utica, NY area for over fifty years representing individuals, families, businesses, corporations and municipal clients.
Richard has been and continues to serve as attorney for the Whitesboro Central School District. Richard has also been actively involved in the Old Forge, New York area and for more than twenty-five years has served as attorney for the Town of Webb.
Recipient, Oneida Bar Association's Hugh R. Jones Award, 2006. Managing Editor, Albany Law Review, 1957-1958. Member, Justinian Honorary Society. Oneida County Attorney, 1963-1971.
Place of birth: Whitesboro, New York
Albany Law School
Malorie A. Carbone
Practice Areas: Divorce and Family Law; Real Estate; Contract Law; Business Law; Commercial Law; Probate; Estate Planning; Negligence
Admitted: 1999, New York
Law School: Western New England College, J.D.
Member: Oneida County, New York State, Northern District of New York Federal Court and American Bar Associations; American Association for Justice; Women's Bar Association of the State of New York, Mohawk Valley Association of Collaborative Law Professionals, Inc.
Biography: Malorie A Carbone has a practice with a strong emphasis on matrimonial and family law. Malorie also provides estate planning for area residents as well as probate and related estate work. She represents several area businesses and has a keen understanding of local business needs. Malorie also has extensive experience in the construction field which is a great aid in contractor litigation.