Legal, Food, Marketing, & Business Development
He enjoys a wide variety of activities in his own personal life; including, a variety of sports (basketball, golf, tennis, etc.), hiking, cooking, running, art, music, and more!
He graduated from the University of Redlands in 2006 with a double-major in Philosophy and Psychology, in addition to minoring in Communicative Disorders.
Matthew graduated from ULV in 2009.
After successfully launching his own legal practice from nothing, he spent a couple of years helping other Attorneys and small-business owners create a viable brand. Until now, he's been doing so simply because he enjoys the puzzle-like strategic planning involved in designing the right plan for each individual business. By assisting a number of business owners refine their target market and ideal client, then tailoring a custom marketing strategy specific to their own needs, has created further opportunities for his love of marketing to take on a bigger role in his life.
He has been creating educational web-content for his own practice, as well as law firms owned by others. This content has varied in scope and practice area, always suited for the area of law and the type of client sought for the practice.
He has been engaged in the content creation of his own blogs since inception of his law practice, with legal topics ranging in scope. Having practiced in the legal arena for over 7 years, he's been able to provide something very few other writers can...real world experience. After thousands of conversations potential clients of his own legal practice, he knows what information consumers are seeking.
He has collaborated with other attorneys in creating customized presentation content for their specific practice area, in a way that provides real-world responses to consumer questions, while also informing them of the potential tough road they have ahead of them. He never uses "scare tactics" to create a need for service, as he believes that life's circumstances can be difficult enough for consumers, without increasing the pressure they may already be feeling.