Matthew Fella was born and raised on the South Shore of Suffolk County, Long Island. He graduated from North Babylon High School in 1995 and received his Bachelor’s Degree from The Pennsylvania State University, with honors, in 1999. He immediately attended the St. John’s University School of Law in Queens, New York where he graduated in 2002.
His career began in 2002 at a boutique personal injury firm in Suffolk County, Long Island. Matthew’s tireless efforts and attention to detail helped him close hundred’s of cases to the benefit and satisfaction of his clients. Always able to maintain a personal / professional relationship with his clients, Matthew has excelled at being able to render “large firm” expertise and experience while fighting for his clients as a personal friend and representative.
In 2008 Matthew opened his own law practice in Farmingdale servicing the entire Long Island community in a myriad of differing legal matters. He always kept his professional relationships and unwavering dedication to the profession which allowed him to not only focus on the needs of his clientele; but also to service the needs of other law firms. After four years he merged his firm with a larger Suffolk County firm and became the Managing Attorney. His legal experience and business experience have allowed Matthew to break all boundaries in business etiquette, legal proficiency and the main driving force behind this practice; helping others.
Matthew’s desire to help others has led him to Babylon Village where he is able to focus more on peoples’ needs as individuals without being caught up in the business model of a larger firm which focuses on growth and finance and casts a shadow on helping others and problem solving. He now runs a boutique firm to listen and understand his clients and their needs and works vigorously at achieving the best possible outcome for his clients, friends, neighbors and business professionals alike.
Matthew Fella continues to live on the South Shore of Long Island serving the legal needs of the community, Nassau and Suffolk Counties and the Greater New York Area. Born and raised as a Catholic he has found the ability to work in a profession often met by skepticism and untrustworthiness while helping people in any way that he can; whether legal counsel, community activism, common understanding and/or a thread of kindness and understanding.
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