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About Foley, Foley & Pearson

About Foley, Foley & Pearson

Firm History

The firm of Foley, Foley & Pearson, P.C. was originally founded in 1987 by the husband and wife team of Richard and Susan Foley.  The firm was incorporated in 1988 as Foley & Foley, P.C.  Ten years later, the firm narrowed its practice areas to estate planning, business law, probate and trust administration.  William M. Pearson joined the firm in 2004 and became a shareholder in 2010.  Chelsea Ray Riekkola joined the firm as an associate attorney in 2014.  In 2016, Susan Foley retired from the firm and discontinued the practice of law so that she could accept the position of President and Chief Development Officer of the University of Alaska Foundation. 

Today, Foley, Foley & Pearson, P.C. continues to offer an effective and compassionate approach to estate planning and probate matters through its dedicated team of attorneys, paralegals and professional assistants. Every member of our staff strives to uphold our reputation for compassion, trustworthiness, integrity, professionalism, knowledge and experience.

By staying focused on these core principles, the firm has built a reputation in Alaska and across the nation for excellence in estate planning, probate and wealth transfer planning.

Attorneys and Paralegals

Richard H. Foley, Jr., Attorney and Shareholder
William M. Pearson, Attorney and Shareholder
Chelsea Ray Riekkola, Attorney
Darlene F. Teela, Paralegal
C. Raine McCormick, Paralegal

Staff

Sharon L. Speedy, Office Manager and Executive Assistant
Julie Adams, Executive Assistant
Abigail Kean, Executive Assistant
Carmel Pepe-Phelps, Receptionist

Retired

Susan Behlke Foley



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Foley, Foley & Pearson, P.C. is a full service Estate Planning law firm. We offer our clients services in Probate Administration, Estate Taxes, Wills, Trusts, Disability and Incapacity Planning, Estate Administration, Corporate and Business Law, Business Succession Planning, and Planned Giving and Charitable Bequests.