Nathan C. Sprague

Nathan C. Sprague: Attorney with Moses, Dunn, Farmer & Tuthill, P.C.
Attorney Awards


Phi Kappa Phi. Author: "Is the Honeymoon Over? The Fate of the E.E.O.C. and the Early Right-to-Sue Letter," Washburn Law Journal, Volume 39, Issue 3, Spring 2000.

Areas of Practice (8)

  • Real Estate
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Collections
  • Creditors Rights
  • Loan Workouts
  • Bankruptcy
  • Estate Planning
  • Probate

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
University Attended:
Brigham Young University, B.A., 1998
Law School Attended:
Washburn University of Topeka, J.D., Dean's Honors, 2001
Year of First Admission:
2001, New Mexico; 2001, U.S. District Court, District of New Mexico
Albuquerque and American Bar Associations; State Bar of New Mexico (Member, Real Property, Probate and Trust Sections).
Birth Information:
Provo, Utah, 1974
Payment Information:
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Accepts Visa and MasterCard
  • Fixed Hourly Rates
  • Fixed Fees Available
  • Minority - Owned

Peer Reviews

4.3/5.0 (12 reviews)
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Albuquerque, New Mexico

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