Mr. Matulewicz has won numerous honors, including national championships in high school, and the National Moot Court competition in law school. He has been asked to speak before churches, insurance groups and a host of others.
He received his B.A. Magna Cum Laude from St. Anselm’s College, and graduated with honors from Loyola University School of 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 and factory workers to name a few.
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 Maryland, Louisiana and Georgia.
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.
Since 2012, Mr. Matulewicz has concentrated on probate administration, wills and trusts, and estate planning. The office is geared, skilled and focused on this area, utilizing the knowledge gained from his 40 years experience.
The office exclusively utilizes the services of paralegal Amy Strand, a member of MCLE, who specializes in probate administration.
With over a decade of legal experience, Amy E. Strand is a paralegal who has quickly built a successful career path, working closely with Attorney Alexander F.X Matulewicz. Amy’s depth of knowledge in Family/Probate Law and Estate Planning facilitates flexible and cost-effective client service delivery.
Amy has been an MCLE (Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education) Member for several years, and is a Member of the MPA (Massachusetts Paralegal Association), as well as a Member of the NFPA (National Federation of Paralegal Associations). Amy is also a Notary Public for the State of Massachusetts.
Graduating from North Adams State college as a Nationally Ranking Women’s basketball player, Team Captain, and a 1000 point scorer, Amy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. With this degree, Amy worked with developmentally disabled individuals in a residential environment, prior to her entry into the legal field. In 2016 this Paralegal was inducted into the MCLA Athletics Hall of Fame. Amy, for many years, has volunteered at the Grace House in Framingham, which provides a hot meal and gently used clothing for those in need.
“How we work is powered by who we are” - Learned and instilled from her close family upbringing, her education, and her life experience, Amy is a compassionate, warm-hearted, detailed, knowledgeable, and hardworking paralegal who makes every client feel at ease and comfortable in assisting with his or her Probate and Estate Planning needs.
Kathy McGill Scarpone has always had a love of anything to do with the law. She worked for Polaroid Corporation for over 30 years with experience in the areas of logistics, Corporate Training & Development where she was Managing Editor of the internal course catalog (certified in Dale Carnegie and teaching train-the-trainer and time management courses). Her last job in Polaroid was Master Production Scheduler in the Film Division.
Once leaving Polaroid she ventured into other areas where her administrative skills were needed. Her expertise in communication and love of all things creative was a perfect fit in maintaining the oﬃce website and oﬃce Facebook.
She often does blogs on her personal Facebook to reach out to those who may need information regarding probate administration.
What she really enjoys is educating the general population in all things probate. She has learned so much about wills, trusts, power of attorney, health care proxies, and estate planning. She’s had recent experience with her own family with regards to probate and estate planning needs when Alex and Amy came to the rescue.
She goes out into the community to find venues that would benefit from learning all about probate law and schedules Alex and Amy to do presentations in local senior centers, retirement communities, churches, and libraries, etc.
Kathy comes from a family of eleven and she is dedicated to help educate those who would really benefit from knowing how to plan ahead and be prepared.