Matt Cadwell, Managing Family Law Attorney
- California, 2008
Western State University College of Law, Fullerton, California
- Honors: Certified Legal Student in Family Law Legal Clinic
- Honors: Volunteered at Lamoreaux Justice Center with Pro Per Mediation Program
University of California at Santa Barbara
Major: Law & Society
Matt Cadwell is a managing attorney in the Family Law Division at Boyd Law. His practice focuses exclusively on family law matters, including dissolution and legal separation proceedings, child custody and visitation including child custody investigations, property division including experience with forensic evaluations, child support, spousal support, post judgment modifications, establishment of parental relationships, review of marital settlement agreements and contempt proceedings. Mr. Cadwell has had the pleasure of working with high net worth clientele, teachers, members of the armed services, border patrol, Hollywood executives, entertainers and a politician.
Mr. Cadwell is a member of the State Bar of California, the Orange and Los Angeles County Bar Associations and the Board of Trustees for the Iota Nu Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega. Mr. Cadwell attended Western State University College of Law, where he participated in the Family Law Legal Clinic, which included representing clients in various stages of family law proceedings as a certified law student.
Prior to joining Boyd Law, Mr. Cadwell was the lead family law attorney at a boutique firm in Los Angeles. Mr. Cadwell’s vigorous advocacy and attention to detail were crucial in his successful representation of clients. Mr. Cadwell has displayed a unique ability to negotiate and mediate family law disputes in an efficient and cost effective manner.
Areas of Practice
- Dissolution and Legal Separation Proceedings
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Interstate Custody Matters
- Child Custody Investigations
- Child Support
- Spousal Support
- Property Division
- Business Valuations and Cash Flow Analysis with Forensic Experts and CPAs
- Post Judgment Modifications
- Marital Settlement Agreements