Rose Law Group adds Aaric Siesco to family law practice in Scottsdale

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 and taxation, contested parenting time, third-party visitation and spousal maintenance claims, according to a press release.

Mr. Siesco legal expertise also extends to handling appeals of family law matters at the Arizona Court of Appeals, providing an additional layer of depth to Rose Law Group’scomprehensive legal services, the release states.

In addition to his legal prowess, Mr. Siesco is a musician playing guitar, piano and several other instruments. He has recorded both as a solo artist and with his previous band, Backlash.

Outside the courtroom, Mr. Siesco dedicates his time to boxing training, hiking the Phoenix Mountain Preserve trails, raising chickens with his children, and engaging in studies of politics, history and the law.

“I’m dedicated to providing compassionate guidance in family law matters, ensuring families can move forward with confidence,” Mr. Siesco said in a prepared statement.

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