When Your Case Matters – Call MATTA LAW

Our families touch upon the most visceral aspects of our lives: our children, our spouses, our property, our money, our emotional and psychological well-being. When faced with legal changes to familial relationships, I have found that a strong, zealous and caring advocate is the best weapon. That’s when you’ll want Matta Law on your side.

Matta Law is a small firm focused on Family and Probate law, primarily in Massachusetts’ Suffolk and Middlesex counties. We handle divorce, separation, child support, custody, wills and trusts.

Contact me if you are facing, or are contemplating a legal action. You will be pleased with the personalize attention your individual matter receives.

Contact Estela Matta, Esq. at (617) 500-7508 or via email at CounselorEM@gmail.com. If you’d prefer, you can click on the button below to fill out a form to contact me.

MATTA LAW’S Attorney, Estela Matta, has reached a benchmark of over one thousand of YOUR legal questions answered.

More than 750 unaffiliated attorneys have concurred and agreed with the legal content, quality and particularized information provided by Attorney Matta in answer to your individual legal concerns. Keeps your questions coming!

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On this website I will be posting real answers to real questions asked by real people  –YOU!  All relevant questions are welcomed.  There is a comment button on each blog post, and each page has a “like ” button. Please “like” the site and the posts and leave a comment or question.  Remember, it is your questions and concerns which are the driving engine of new posts.

You are, of course, invited to seek a consultation and retain this office to handle your legal matters.  Please send a confidential communication by email to: counselorEM@gmail.com or call my office (617) 500-7508 for a consultation. You can also send a question or comment by using the convenient “Contact Me” tab.

Answers provided herein are for informational purposes only and are not intended as legal advice. Additionally, answers to any questions posted do not create an attorney-client relationship. If you wish to obtain legal advice, please contact my office for a consultation.

Thank you for visiting.  Remember–when your case matters… you’ll know who to call.

Estela Matta,  Counselor & Attorney at Law Lawyer Estela Matta | Lawyer Divorce | Lawyer Estela Matta

29 thoughts on “When Your Case Matters – Call MATTA LAW

  1. Estella, your site is great! I would love to have you do my will, very simple… except, I live in North Carolina. Do I have to have an attorney licensed in my state?

    • Hi Wendy. The good news is Wills are universal. That is, all courts recognize duly executed will regardless of where they were draw and a lawyer does not need to be admitted in that state to write up the will. It would be a privilege and a vote of great confidence to allow me to do your will. Why don’t you write to me at counselorEM@gmail.com to discuss in private the particulars, or call me (617-500-7508). Thanks again. Look forward to speaking with you and helping you in any way I can. Estela

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  5. You responded to a question I posted about an expired temporary custody order. I am contemplating how to go about gaining custody back of my 11 year old son who was placed with his father on an agreed upon temporary custody order. My son, myself, and his father all reside in NH and the case was held in the Cambridge family court. I went to receive all the documentation to petition for a change of jurisdiction for the case and they told me that the case has been closed and that a court date was scheduled but no one showed for it, and now it has expired. I’m confused on what my rights are in this situation and who actually has custody of my son

  6. Can child support effect you’re situation when trying to open a company and how? I have legal issues and I don’t know where to really turn to. Thank you.

    • Dywane, matrimonial laws are distinct from business law, so as a general rule one has nothing to do with the other; however, your financial portrait will most likely be considered by any lenders or partners to assess your financial viability. Paying child support will not affect business applications, but may affect loan applications as banks and financial institutions will most likely want to see a full portrait of you, as an applicant. For a more detailed reply, it’s necessary to look at the entirety of your situation. If you are in MA, feel free to contact my office and schedule a review in person. Best Luck.

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