Practice Areas: Family Law, Restaurant Licensing/Purchases, Residential Real Estate, Probate Law, and Estate Planning.
Matthew Solomon began his practice of law as a union-side labor attorney with the Boston firm Angoff, Goldman, Manning, Wanger & Hynes. Afterwards, he started his own legal practice in Arlington, Massachusetts. Matthew’s solo practice focused on family law, restaurant licensing/purchases, residential real estate, probate law, and estate planning. In October of 2014, Mathew joined Israel, Van Kooy & Days, LLC as an associate.
At Israel, Van Kooy & Days, LLC, Matthew continues to focus on family law, restaurant licensing/purchases, residential real estate, probate law, and estate planning. He is also expanding his practice to include mediation. Matthew seeks to establish a strong connection with his clients, which in turn fosters a productive attorney-client relationship and ensures effective communication.
Matthew has recently been growing his practice in the area of restaurant law and restaurant licensing. He is starting to establish himself as a trusted and talented attorney for young entrepreneurs looking to start their own businesses in the restaurant world. He finds it very exciting and fulfilling to be an integral part of helping people see their dreams come to fruition.
Prior to law school, Matthew worked as a special education teacher in Boston and Oakland, California. He also worked as a wardrobe stylist in Los Angeles.
Matthew graduated from Tufts University in 1995, with a B.A. in English. He graduated from Northeastern University Law School in 2005.
He is a member of the American Bar Association and the Women’s Bar Association.
Matthew’s outside interests include taking his dogs for long walks, music, and cooking.