Mr. Sprague has practiced law with the Moses Firm since 2001 upon graduation with Dean’s Honors from Washburn University School of Law (Topeka, Kansas). While attending law school Mr. Sprague was a published author and member of the Washburn Law Journal, a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, and a tutor for first year law students. Prior to law school Mr. Sprague received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, with a personal emphasis on Native American History, from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Mr. Sprague is admitted to practice before all New Mexico state and federal courts. He is a member of the New Mexico State Bar, the Albuquerque Bar Association, and the New Mexico Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
Mr. Sprague focuses his practice on pragmatic problem-solving primarily in the areas of banking and finance, creditor’s rights, collections, real estate transactions and litigation including landlord rights, and probate and trust administration.
Mr. Sprague is a member of the Law Access New Mexico Volunteer Attorney Pool, an attorney mentor, and a volunteer with Little League Baseball and the American Youth Soccer Organization. In his spare time, Mr. Sprague enjoys spending time with his family, doing anything related to baseball, writing, and hiking.