Attorney Mark A. Mateya Joins Salzmann Hughes, P.C. Law Firm

Carlisle Office Welcomes Experienced Estate Planning and Administration Practitioner 

[CARLISLE, PA]- Salzmann Hughes, P.C., a leading, regional law firm in Southcentral PA, is pleased to announce that Mark A. Mateya, Esq. will be joining their Carlisle office on July 3rd.  Mateya has honed his craft in estate planning and administration in the Harrisburg and Carlisle regions over nearly 30 years in practice. 

Attorney Mateya graduated from the Dickinson School of Law in 1996.  Prior to law school, he completed his undergraduate studies at The Pennsylvania State University in English and Philosophy.  Mateya practiced law in Harrisburg for several years before opening his own firm, Mateya Law Firm, P.C.  Most recently, he has focused on providing customized estate planning and administration from his firm in Carlisle. 

“We are excited to welcome Mark to the Salzmann Hughes family,” said Bryan Salzmann, Esq., founder of Salzmann Hughes.  “Mark is a highly respected attorney with a deep understanding of estate planning and administration.  His addition to our team will allow us to provide even more comprehensive and personalized legal services to clients of all ages.”

“I am thrilled to be joining Salzmann Hughes,” said Mateya.  “I have always told my staff that people don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.  Salzmann Hughes has that same client-centered way of thinking. I look forward to working with our estate planning and administration group, and I am confident that I can make a significant contribution to the firm’s distinguished history of industry-setting legal services.”

Jim Hughes, Esq., namesake of Salzmann Hughes, added, “Mark is a great addition to our firm.  He is a talented attorney with a strong commitment to his clients’ interests.  His wealth of experience will be a valuable asset to Salzmann Hughes.”

Mateya has been a presenter for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute as well as the Dickinson School of Law’s programs for continuing legal education.  He has also represented the County Commissioner’s Association of Pennsylvania as an assistant solicitor in multiple state-wide cases, including The Freethought Society vs. Chester County in which the display of the Ten Commandments on the wall at the County Courthouse was successfully defended.    

Mateya is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.  He was the past chairperson of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Council for the Bar Association of the State of Pennsylvania.  Additionally, Mateya is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Cumberland County.  He currently resides in Carlisle with his wife, Ramona.  The couple share five children together.

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