Family law attorney Aaric Siesco was born and raised in Phoenix and is a member of Brophy College Prep class of 2002.
Aaric earned his bachelor’s degree and law degree from Arizona State University and the Arizona Summit Law School, respectively. After being admitted to the practice of law in 2015, Aaric initially handled family, juvenile and criminal cases; since 2016, he has concentrated his practice on family law matters.
He has participated in or conducted complicated family litigation involving wide variety of issues, including:
- Business valuation and taxation.
- Contested parenting time and other parenting issues.
- Third-party visitation.
- Spousal maintenance claims.
- Determination of community versus separate value involving business and other assets.
Aaric’s practice also encompasses appeals of family law matters to the Arizona Court of Appeals.
Aaric is a skilled musician who plays guitar, piano and several other instruments. He has recorded as a solo artist and with his previous band, “Backlash.” In his off-hours, Aaric:
- Trains in boxing.
- Hikes the Phoenix Mountain Preserve trails.
- Raises chickens with his children.
- Studies politics, history and the law.
- Enjoys traveling with his family to such destinations as San Diego, Montana, Hawaii, and China.
In The News
By Arizona Digital Free Press Rose Law Group has hired Aaric Siesco — a seasoned family law attorney born and raised in Phoenix — to help bolster the growing family law practice at the Scottsdale-based law firm. Mr. Siesco has been practicing family law since 2015, where he has been involved in complex litigation, including issues such as business valuation
By AZ Big Media Arizona’s most innovative law firm and largest law firm founded by a woman in state history, Rose Law Group announced the latest addition to its legal team, Aaric Siesco, a seasoned family law attorney born and raised in Phoenix. A graduate of Brophy College Prep class of 2002, Aaric has been practicing Family Law since 2015, where he
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