Attorney Matulewicz has added an adjunct of paralegals, informal associates, investigators, and support personnel to meet the new demands of the legal marketplace and the goals of our office.
Our staff is presently engaged in a vigorous program of continuing education though MCLE and WESTLAW. Our goal is to be on the cutting edge of all phases of probate law with ability to fully explain to clients and utilize the best information.
A short time ago the Uniform Probate Code (UPC) took effect in Massachusetts. Those changes need to be explained to people and everyone needs to recognize and have it explained how steps need to be taken now to avoid problems later (e.g. health care proxies and powers of attorney to those not yet fully incapacitated.)
We continue to be known as a general practice, handling everything from name changes to buying big businesses, but our concentration is on matters of probate law.
Since January of 1977, Alexander F. X. Matulewicz has represented a wide range of clients: police, college presidents, computer specialists, the homeless, retirees, millionaires, the disabled, factory workers, etc. Attorney Matulewicz has represented clients in a variety of cases (e.g. murder cases, civil service hearings, divorce court, Federal Court of Appeals, and Court of Claims), in all forums and venues, including cases as far away as Georgia, Louisiana, and Maryland.
Soloman once intoned, “Do you see a man skilled in his work? He will serve before kings; he will not serve before obscure men.” When he was 27, Mr. Matulewicz was representing attorneys in their 60’s that were facing disbarment and loss of career before the Supreme Judicial Court, (by the way, he won!!!)
With 40+ years of experience, Attorney Matulewicz has concentrated on the needs of his clients, focusing on probate administration and probate law.