The Attorneys of RC&B
Meet Our Attorneys
As a potential client, you are undoubtedly concerned about the competence and ethics of those you employ to represent you to others. We have maintained excellent relations with our clients and the community since 1987 by consistently relying upon time tested and lasting values. Each of our attorneys works in a specific area of law so their expertise is not diluted across several practice areas.
Kevin joined the firm in 1991, and he has been the head of the accident and injury department since 1994. In 2002 Mr. Chapman became a partner of the firm and in June of 2016 he became the firm’s managing partner overseeing all aspects of firm operations. He has extensive litigation experience and strives to get the best results for his clients, whatever their injuries may be.
Kenneth has been an Estate Planning attorney with the firm since 1999. He became a partner of the firm in 2005. His practice emphasizes wills, living trusts, power of attorneys, irrevocable trusts, probate administration and trust administration, guardianships, and conservatorships.
Brian Strong joined the firm in 1990. He has focused his energies on criminal defense cases. In any given year, Mr. Strong will travel to various counties throughout Arizona and defend both felony and misdemeanor cases at the trial level. In appearances before the Arizona Supreme Court, he has successfully argued cases involving double jeopardy, dangerous crimes against children, and judicial ethics.
Stacy Porter is originally a native of North Carolina, and he moved to Arizona in 2005. He attended Northern Arizona University for undergrad, and obtained his AZ Law License in 2018. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Porter Honorably served in the United States Navy during Operation Enduring Freedom.
Ms. Zawislak has provided legal services to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office, the Gila County Attorney’s Office, and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. She has successfully fought a multi-national bank, a very large Arizona dealer of motorcycles, and other significant opponents.
Our Mission Statement
In order to accomplish our objective to improve the economic well being and quality of life of all stakeholders, we endorse and promote the following principles among ourselves and others.
- All People Have Intrinsic Value
- Honesty Is The Best Policy
- We Reap What We Sow
- Resources Are Valuable
- We Should Treat Others As We Wish To Be Treated
- Take The Time, Do It Right!