Matthew Walker grew up in the Chicago area of Illinois, which instilled in him traditional Midwestern Values of honesty and integrity. He moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2002 to finish his legal education at Seattle University. During his time at law school, Matthew co-authored two law review articles which appeared in the Indiana Law Review and the University of Kansas Law Review. Before practicing on Whidbey Island, Matthew clerked for the now-retired Honorable George Bowden and worked at a civil law firm in Everett.
Matthew has focused his practice on real property matters such as homeowners associations, well associations, boundary line disputes, unlawful tree cutting, easement, land development, purchase and sale agreements, common interest ownership formations, and other land matters. He also assists clients in setting up their corporate structures with LLCs, non-profits, partnerships, and corporations. In addition, Matthew has over 15 years of experience in family law matters, including dissolutions of marriage, prenuptial agreements, protection orders, and child related issues.