George A. Reilly, an attorney who has been active in town government and in local organizations for decades, has joined Rucci Law Group in Darien.
— This article is based on an announcement from Rucci Law Group.
Reilly, who has more than 30 years of legal experience in Fairfield County, will serve as a general practitioner, working in family law, real estate, estate planning and administration, and corporate development.
He has been a long-time volunteer in local government, spending two years (1999-2001) on the Darien Board of Selectmen, 11 years as a member of Darien’s Board of Education, chairing the Police Headquarters Building Committee and serving on the Darien Charter Revision Commission.
“We are delighted to welcome George to the practice,” said Joe Rucci, founding member of the firm. “His experience in all aspects of the law, particularly his background in family law, makes him a natural fit with Rucci Law Group.”
“I look forward to returning to my roots in Darien and having the opportunity to work with friends and neighbors on a broad array of issues affecting their lives,” Reilly said.
Reilly has spent the past 10 years exclusively practicing in family law in Stamford “at a well-regarded boutique matrimonial firm of which I was a founder,” he said.
“I believe this transition will allow me to combine my strengths as an attorney and my knowledge of this community to successfully serve my clients and the firm.”
In addition to his local government service, Reilly’s community activities include serving on the boards of The Center for Hope in Darien, Family Centers in Greenwich, King School in Stamford and the Darien Kiwanis Club.
He currently sits on the board of the Norwalk Community College Foundation. Reilly is a graduate of Union College and Fordham University School of Law.
About Rucci Law Group
Rucci Law Group is a full-service law firm that handles personal and professional needs for clients in Connecticut and around the world.
Founded in 2011 and based in Darien, Rucci Law Group has a team of nine attorneys. The firm’s primary practice includes wills, trusts and estate planning, real estate, land use and zoning, businesses and startups, non-profit organizations, intellectual property, and now supplemented with family law.