Matthew Scott Crider
103 Providence Mine Road
Nevada City, California 95959
Firm: Crider Law PC
Crider Law, P.C. is a Northern California law firm based in Roseville, California. We provide our clients with quality representation and excellent client service. Our practice is dedicated to assisting our clients meet their objectives. We represent clients throughout Placer County, Nevada County, Yuba County, and Sutter County, and including the California cities of Roseville, Rocklin, Auburn, Lincoln, Colfax, Nevada City, Grass Valley, Penn Valley, Yuba City, Marysville, Tahoe City, Truckee, and surrounding areas.
To provide our clients with the most experienced counsel, Crider Law is organized around several basic practice areas.
Our firm strives to maintain a culture of transparency in client communication, so that clients have access to all available information about their cases.
We have leveraged technology so that we can communicate with clients efficiently and effectively. This allows us to foster communication among clients, their attorneys, and office staff, so that everyone has the information they need to work towards achieving the clients' results.
Matthew Crider formed Crider Law PC in 1999 so he could help individuals and business owners by providing creative solutions and be their trusted advisor and legal counselor.
Matthew provides services in the areas of estate planning, family law, and business advisory services. Matthewâ€™s estate planning practice focuses on personalized estate planning and administration for individuals, couples and families, and includes wills, revocable living trusts, family business entity planning, and co-tenancy arrangements. His family law practice focuses on assisting families in a dissolution matters, including divorce, child custody and visitation, child and spousal support, and parental rights. Matthewâ€™s business advisory service focuses on entity selection, management, and various other financial transactions.
Matthew earned his Bachelor of Business Administration and Master in Professional Accounting from the University of Texas at Austin. He earned his Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law in Houston, where he served as an editor on Law Review and received numerous faculty awards. Matthew has litigated cases in the California Superior Courts, Texas District Courts, United States District Courts, and the United States Supreme Court.
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