Matthew M. Wallace, CPA, JD
Matthew M. Wallace, CPA, JD is the founder and shareholder of the Wallace Law Firm, P.C. in Port Huron, Michigan. He is an attorney and Certified Public Accountant, limits his law practice to estate planning and elder law, business planning, and real estate. He concentrates on estate planning, including charitable planning, elder law, Medicaid planning, and business succession planning.
Mr. Wallace is an active member of and regular presenter to many local, state and national professional organizations, including the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Elder Law and Disability Rights Section and Probate Section of the State Bar of Michigan, Michigan Institute of Continuing Legal Education, National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys, Michigan Forum of Estate Planners LLC, Michigan Association of CPAs, Port Huron Area Estate Planning Council, American Institute of CPAs, and American Academy of Attorney-CPAs.
Wallace is a frequent speaker on estate planning, elder law, business planning, and real estate with community and civic organizations and employers. He is also a former lecturer and adjunct professor of taxation for Walsh College of Accountancy and Business Administration. He has published over 500 articles on estate planning, elder law, and related matters in various publications, including The Times Herald (Port Huron) newspaper, MD News magazine and Savvy magazine.