Cuddy Law Firm, PLLC

Cuddy Law Firm

UPDATED: June 21, 2021

Andrew K. Cuddy began practicing special education law in 2000 to meet the increasing demand for special education representation. In 2010, Michael J. Cuddy, Jr. joined his brother Andrew in the Auburn, NY, office. Then in 2012, due to growth, Adrienne Arkontaky joined the firm and together Andrew and Adrienne opened an office in White Plains, NY, formally establishing the Cuddy Law Firm. And we’ve grown into a multi-state firm with the additions of attorneys Elizabeth Angelone in 2014 for our Austin, TX, office, Andrew Pappert in 2016 for our Cleveland, OH, office, Joseph Sulpizio in 2017 for our Philadelphia, PA, office, and in 2017 for our Waxhaw, NC, office to serve all of North Carolina. Our team is able to represent families in many states in efforts to obtain appropriate educational and other services for their loved ones with disabilities.

The Cuddy Law Firm is dedicated to serving individuals with disabilities and their families in the areas of:

• Special Education Advocacy and Litigation
• Special Needs Estate Planning
• Special Needs Trust Administration
• Guardianship
• OPWDD Appeals
• Medicaid Appeals
• Estate Administration

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Spanish
  • Insurances Accepted:
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Cuddy Law Firm, PLLC
400 Columbus Avenue, Suite 140s
Valhalla, NY 10595
United States






Adrienne Arkontaky

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