Couture Law, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is dedicated to helping clients and their families resolve the difficult legal issues involved in family law matters, workers’ compensation, and personal injury. The legal system is confusing and complicated. We can help. We offer personalized and cost-effective legal services focused on conflict resolution and minimizing costs to our clients, without sacrificing our client’s rights. We understand what is at stake and the lasting impact that the outcome of a case can have on everyone involved. There are a lot of law firms in Albuquerque. We work hard to show our clients that we are not just another “big-box” firm. Achieving success for our clients is our mission.
Tamara Couture, MA, JD, Esq.
Tamara Couture is the Senior Attorney at Couture Law. She has a Juris Doctor from the University of New Mexico School of Law and a Master of Arts in Community Counseling from the University of New Mexico. She matriculated into Occidental College for her Bachelor’s degree and received her Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Psychology and Professional Writing from the University of New Mexico, magna cum laude.
Tamara has been practicing law for almost twenty years and is the Co-Chair of the New Mexico State Bar Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee. She is a highly trained and experienced mediator. She is a recipient of the Judge Oliver Seth Award for Excellence in Alternative Dispute Resolution. Before becoming an attorney, her professional career included work as a substance abuse counselor in Kotzebue, Alaska, a mental health therapist in Kotzebue and Albuquerque, a school counselor at Manzano High School, and the Director of the First Offender’s Program in Albuquerque.
Rosalie Fragoso, JD, Esq.
Rosalie Fragoso is an Associate Attorney with Couture Law. She has a Juris Doctor from the University of New Mexico School of Law and received her Bachelor of Science from Regent’s College in Albany, New York, magna cum laude.
Prior to going to law school, Rosalie was a litigation paralegal for 15 years. She is a recipient of the University of New Mexico School of Law Clinical Honors and University of New Mexico School of Law Deans Award. From 2003 to 2007, Rosalie served on the Board of Directors of the New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association, serving as the President in 2007. She was also selected for the 1997 edition of Outstanding Young Women of America and was named one of Twenty Elite Women in 2006 by Hispanic Business Magazine.