|California - CA||19 years|
|Texas - TX||27 years|
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Matthew Crider grew up in Texas and moved to California because he didn’t feel he was paying enough in taxes. OK, it was also because his wife, a California native, refused to move to Texas. But Matthew brought his Texas gentility to Cali with him.
Matthew has distinguished himself in the field of law in both Texas and California, where he’s licensed to practice. When he had a case go to the U.S. Supreme Court, however, it was rescheduled because another matter was deemed slightly more pressing – Bush v. Gore. Go figure! (The Crider name goes a long way, but it isn’t quite as powerful as the names Bush or Gore.)
Matthew loves his work at Crider Law Group. It requires forward-thinking and creativity to come up with the best possible solutions for his clients, who call Matthew “dedicated, thoughtful, and compassionate.”
At the firm, he provides a wide range of estate planning services, advising individuals and families how to protect themselves, their loved ones, and their financial assets. He says there’s nothing more rewarding than helping people protect themselves and their loved ones at any stage of life's journey.
Matthew works with men, women, couples, seniors, young families with minor children, families with special needs children of all ages, entrepreneurs with business considerations, and established families.
Matthew frequently speaks to public and private groups on a variety of legal issues. He’s active in the community as a member of Wealth Counsel, Elder Counsel, the Sacramento County Bar Association, Placer County Bar Association, and Yolo County Bar Association. He’s accredited by the Department of Veteran Affairs to assist veterans in filing claims. He’s also a member of Rotary International.
In his spare time, Matthew loves to spend time with his wife and two young children. He’s an adventurous and active sort, who loves camping, snow shoeing, and traveling – especially if the trip involves cycling. But since his kids are currently little, the cycling travel is on hold until they’re a bit older. Then, those kids are in for a treat!