• Real Estate Property Matters • Estate Planning • Administration of Trusts
Mr. Rich has practiced law in Oregon for more than 33 years and helps you effectively plan for the disposition of your estate through the use of wills, living trusts, gifts, and other devices. In addition, he advises you regarding federal and state inheritance taxes.
He also assists you in the appointment of a health care representative, as well as the execution of a power of attorney and advance directive. Additionally, he offers help with questions regarding Medicaid and solutions for incapacity.
As a trial lawyer, Andrew M. Rich, P.C. has tried many cases involving undue influences, duress, fraud, coercion, elder abuse, and other forms of wrongdoing.
Help & Advice for Fiduciary Duties
He also represents people appointed as a fiduciary in probate matters, trust administrations, and protective proceedings. Many of his clients have been appointed to act as a personal representative, trustee, attorney in fact, guardian, or conservator, and he provides help and advice regarding fiduciary duties.
Experience & Commitment
Furthermore, he represents a tradition of experience and trust and conducts himself with the highest ethical standards. Fair and honest with clients and others, he offers representation with true commitment.
Equally important, he provides a high level of legal help for a reasonable fee, and is willing to talk about the cost of his services.
About Our Firm
Andrew M. Rich, P.C. was originally established in 1963 as a partnership called Huffman & Zenger by attorneys, Thomas A. Huffman and H. Kenneth Zenger. In 1982, Tom and Ken formed a professional corporation, Huffman & Zenger, P.C.
Mr. Rich joined the partnership in 1977 as an associate, and in 1983 became a shareholder of the professional corporation. The firm was renamed Huffman, Zenger & Rich, P.C., and the team practiced together for more than 20 years.
Tom retired in 1998, dying the following year, and Ken retired in March 2001. Mr. Rich has continued to practice alone as a professional corporation under the name Andrew M. Rich, P.C., and with more than 33 years of experience, is well-equipped to serve his clients. His years in practice are the foundation of many long-term client relationships, and he has retained many clients of his former partners as his own.
Bill Schwenn shared office space with the firm for many years until his retirement. Bill represented many clients in estate planning, trust, probate, and real property matters, and many of his clients have remained with Mr. Rich.
Learn more about our Hillsboro real estate attorney and his areas of practice by contacting us in Hillsboro, Oregon.
Member of Oregon State Bar & National Association for Conflict Resolution