Aaron, Riechert, Carpol & Riffle, APC (ARCR) has been in existence in its current configuration since 1987. We actually began serving families and closely held businesses on the Peninsula in 1956, through our predecessor firm, Goth, Dennis & Aaron. Since its inception, the firm has been in Redwood City, located a few blocks away from the principal courthouse for San Mateo County.
The firm provides services in a broad range of practice areas, including but not limited to, estate planning, probate, trust law, conservatorships and guardianships, business and real estate law, and civil and probate litigation. ARCR has earned an enviable reputation, both with the courts and other attorneys, and has developed a solid diversified client base throughout the region. The firm has one of the most experienced and respected real estate and business attorneys in San Mateo County and multiple Certified Specialists in Estate Planning, Probate, and Trust Law.
You will find the ARCR attorneys, paralegals, and staff members personable, professional, and dedicated to serving your interests. ARCR seamlessly blends the experience of its seasoned veteran practitioners with talented, younger attorneys to provide our clients with first-rate legal services at a very competitive cost. At ARCR we take great pride in our ability to earn the trust and confidence of our clients, as exemplified by the many long-term relationships we have formed. Whatever your needs - estate planning to real estate disputes to representation of your small corporation - you will find the attorneys of ARCR to be skilled practitioners and strong advocates for your interests.
ARCR also has a tradition of serving voluntarily to both the local bar association and the community at large. Peter G. Riechert and Charles M. Riffle are both past presidents of the San Mateo County Bar and recipients of the San Mateo County Bar's highest awards. Several attorneys at the firm have published articles and speak on legal topics. The firm has also been deeply committed to supporting the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County both financially and with lawyer, paralegal, and staff time and effort, to provide pro bono legal services to the disadvantaged.