Anne R. Aicher

Partner

Anne R. Aicher

Partner

Anne R. Aicher’s practice involves the purchase and sale of commercial and high-end residential real estate, including leasing, construction contracts, and commercial financing. Her clients, located throughout Westchester County, are builders, developers, private schools, condominium boards of directors, and property owners with commercial properties that span from the Bronx to Dutchess County.

Ms. Aicher’s specialty lies in local laws that apply to the purchase and sale of new construction; she is able to anticipate the many latent factors involved in building a residential home. She also navigates American Institute of Architects (AIA) contracts, the agreements frequently used in design and construction projects. In addition, she has experience drafting and reviewing Cooperative Policy Statements (CPS-7s), providing the information required by New York State regarding builders’ plans for large developments.

Ms. Aicher frequently utilizes the resources of Hollis Laidlaw & Simon’s land-use team when her real estate clients encounter land-use issues. She also collaborates with the trusts and estates team on matters of estate administration, negotiating a path toward the sale of estate property.

Ms. Aicher is known for being responsive and accessible to her clients. By informing her clients of their responsibilities, anticipating risks, and advocating for them, she builds strong client relationships and facilitates the common goal of bringing their matters to a close.

Anne R. Aicher

  • Real Estate
  • Trusts & Estates

Anne R. Aicher’s practice involves the purchase and sale of commercial and high-end residential real estate, including leasing, construction contracts, and commercial financing. Her clients, located throughout Westchester County, are builders, developers, private schools, condominium boards of directors, and property owners with commercial properties that span from the Bronx to Dutchess County.

Ms. Aicher’s specialty lies in local laws that apply to the purchase and sale of new construction; she is able to anticipate the many latent factors involved in building a residential home. She also navigates American Institute of Architects (AIA) contracts, the agreements frequently used in design and construction projects. In addition, she has experience drafting and reviewing Cooperative Policy Statements (CPS-7s), providing the information required by New York State regarding builders’ plans for large developments.

Ms. Aicher frequently utilizes the resources of Hollis Laidlaw & Simon’s land-use team when her real estate clients encounter land-use issues. She also collaborates with the trusts and estates team on matters of estate administration, negotiating a path toward the sale of estate property.

Ms. Aicher is known for being responsive and accessible to her clients. By informing her clients of their responsibilities, anticipating risks, and advocating for them, she builds strong client relationships and facilitates the common goal of bringing their matters to a close.

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New York

Real Property Committee Member, Westchester Women’s Bar Association

Membership Chair, Northern Westchester Bar Association

Member, New York State Bar Association

Member, Westchester County Bar Association

Member, Fairfield County Bar Association

J.D., Albany Law School of Union University

B.A., St. Lawrence University

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New York

Real Property Committee Member, Westchester Women’s Bar Association

Membership Chair, Northern Westchester Bar Association

Member, New York State Bar Association

Member, Westchester County Bar Association

Member, Fairfield County Bar Association

J.D., Albany Law School of Union University

B.A., St. Lawrence University