Who We Are

Abridge Dictionary Definition

Abridge Law is a next generation law firm. Everything that we do and the way in which we do it is designed to break down the barriers that make businesses reluctant purchasers of legal services. We understand that turnaround times cannot take weeks and that the billable hour is too unpredictable and expensive for many mid-sized and small businesses. Our name stands for our commitment to making legal services accessible, easy to use and affordable to every business.

Kristin Mendoza


Email: kristin@abridgelaw.com

Phone: (603) 318-2002

Licensed in: New Hampshire & Massachusetts

After graduating college from Boston University, Kristin moved to California to be among the innovators in Silicon Valley while attending law school at the University of San Francisco. Working with entrepreneurs and business owners has always been her favorite part of practice.

With 20 years of experience advising clients on a variety of business and transactional matters, Kristin is always looking for ways to improve upon how she serves her clients. In 2019, she was a recipient of a Business Excellence Award from the New Hampshire Business Review for her work to innovate the practice of law with alternative fee structures for clients. She is also listed in the 28th Edition (2022) of Best Lawyers in America in the areas of Business Organizations and Closely Held Businesses / Family Businesses.

When not working, Kristin enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, cooking for family and friends and giving back to her community through various charitable work. She served as President of the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association from 2008-2010 and has held board positions with the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce, United Way of Greater Nashua, the Nashua Bar Association and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Nashua.

Caroline Moy


Email: caroline@abridgelaw.com

Phone: (603) 318-2270

Licensed in: Massachusetts

Caroline has resided in the Greater Boston Area for a decade. She graduated from Tufts University in 2015 and continued her education in Boston at the Northeastern University School of Law, where she graduated in 2019 with a concentration in Business Law. While in law school Caroline worked in both federal and state criminal law, interned for the Honorable William G. Young in the District of Massachusetts, and worked at a publicly traded cybersecurity company.

After law school, Caroline joined the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office, where she worked as an Assistant District Attorney. She then joined AMPS Law PC, where she represented clients from national corporations to individuals in landlord/tenant matters.

Caroline is a certified privacy professional (CIPP/US certification) and enjoys supporting startups and small businesses as they grow. Outside of the office Caroline likes to knit and travel. She’s a foodie who enjoys exploring both locally and abroad via new dishes.