Tinamarie represents businesses and individuals in litigation pertaining to a wide range of contract disputes and commercial collection matters, including in disputes involving employment agreements, professional services agreements, shareholder agreements, commercial lending, real estate agreements, secured transactions, promissory notes, and personal guarantees.


Representing businesses and individuals who are being sued for personal injury or property damage resulting from auto, premise liability or other types of accidents.


Representing clients who have sustained serious injuries due to auto, premise liability or other types of accidents. Conducting all phases of the personal injury case including trial.


Prosecuting and defending arbitration disputes stemming from lawsuits and/or supplementary uninsured motorist endorsements.


Representing corporate clients in transactional and operational matters and counseling large and small business clients on mergers, assets sales & acquisitions and day to day corporate governance.


SUNY Ulster, May 2011, Associate of Science

Long Island University Post 2013, Bachelor of Arts
Magna Cum Laude, Alpha Phi Sigma- National Criminal Justice Honor Society

Albany Law School, Juris Doctor, Family and Elder Law Concentration with Honors May 2017


Dutchess County Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Ulster County Bar Association
Mid-Hudson Women's Bar Association

Crate Escape Rescue, Inc., Foster Volunteer, 2020 to Present
American Red Cross, Disaster Action Team Member- Present
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Ulster County, Advocate 2013-2018
American Cancer Society, Saugerties Relay for Life Co-Chair, 2004-2005
Garden of Hope, a garden for those affected by cancer, Seamon’s Park, Saugerties, NY, Creator, 2004-2006

Bar Admissions:
New York State Bar, 2018
U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York, 2023
U.S. District Court Northern District of New York, 2023
U.S. District Court Southern District of New York, 2023

“T and U Visas in the Immigrant Community and Criminal Justice Field” in Criminal Law Newsletter Vol. 14, No. 4, Fall 2016, New York State Bar Association