Matt Davidson is the principal shareholder of Davidson Law Office, P.C.. In 1982 he was a law clerk for the Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission and an intern prosecuting attorney in Hillsdale County. He worked as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for St. Joseph County until he joined the firm of Weiner, Wade & Tucker in 1985. The firm’s clients have included financial institutions and local government for most of its history. Matt has extensive trial experience and enjoys real estate law, commercial litigation, and local public administration.
Matt Davidson was raised in the thumb area of Michigan where he was an Eagle Scout and he graduated from Port Huron Northern High School. He resides in Centreville with his wife, Patty, and their children. Patty is a high school teacher and Matt serves as an on-call Firefighter and EMT-Specialist on the Centreville Fire Department.
He can be reached at (269) 273-1685
Areas of Practice
Commerical Litigation; Business and Corporate Law; Banking Law; Creditor Law; Probate and Estate Planning and Local Government Law. With more than 20 years as a country lawyer in a general litigation practice he has had experience in most areas of the law.
State of Michigan 1983;
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan 1983;
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan 1985
University of Detroit Shool of Law, Detroit, MI
J.D. , 1983, Order of Barristers
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
State Bar of Michigan, past chairman of the Criminal Jurisprudence Committee; member of the Taxation, Public Corporation, and the Real Estate Law Sections of the State Bar;
St. Joseph County Bar Association, (Past President);
American Bar Association;
Michigan Association of Emergency Medical Technicians
Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce (Past President 1997)
Three Rivers Rotary Club (Current President)
Boy Scouts of America, Southwest Michigan Council Board of Directors and District Chairman
Centreville Fire Department
St. Joseph County Grange Fair Association
American Red Cross-disaster relief services
Fraternal Order of Police- Lodge 106