Matthew L. Lundy, Esq. earned his B.A. from Duke University, and his J.D., with honors, from the University of Florida. Following law school, Matthew worked in a law firm handling primarily domestic relations and family law litigation. It was during this time that Matthew began to develop a reputation as a young lawyer with a special skill for handling complicated legal and financial issues. As a result, Matthew took on the difficult task of building a practice across state lines, including taking numerous bar exams in addition to his regular workload. This not only grew his practice, but also his knowledge of the law, which can vary dramatically from state to state. Within two years of beginning his practice, Matthew was not only trying cases, but also publishing scholarly articles in a variety of legal journals and traveling around the country conducting seminars for judges, attorneys, and other professionals.
Since forming his own law firm, Matthew has established himself as one of the elite attorneys in the area of retirement account division and administration. He has represented individuals, and small and large companies as to a wide variety of issues related to retirement plans, with an emphasis on work related to qualified plan division in family law matters (usually involving "QDROs"). Matthew also frequently testifies as a court appointed "expert" on matters related to retirement account division.
Matthew has consistently been honored as a "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers Magazine, and as an "Outstanding Young Lawyer" by the American Registry, and has been designated one of the "Top 40 Under 40" by the American Society of Legal Advocates.