Tuttle Profile
Matthew Tuttle

Matthew L. Tuttle was born in Provo and raised in Boise, Idaho. He attended Brigham Young University where he pursued a degree in Exercise Science and completed minors in Business Management and Zoology. In 1997 Matt postponed his university studies to serve a two year Spanish speaking mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Upon returning home from his mission, Matt married Kathryn Sonners Tuttle and completed his degree from Brigham Young University. Matt continued his education with a Presidential Scholarship at Seton Hall University School of Law in Newark, New Jersey, from which he earned the degree of Juris Doctor. While attending Seton Hall, Matt researched cutting-edge copyright and other intellectual property issues with Professor Frank Pasquale. Matt also conducted bankruptcy research on a project funded by the American Bankruptcy Institute, under the direction of Professor Stephen Lubben.

Matt has been practicing law (estate planning, intellectual property, contracts, business formation) for over six years and has helped hundreds of families secure their wealth and plan for the future. Matt currently works as in-house counsel for a local company. Previously, Matt worked at a firm and was consistently asked by clients (and prospective clients) if he would meet with them closer to their home or place of business and if he was able to meet with them before work or after they returned from work. It was this expressed desire/need that gave rise to AfterHoursWills.com where we provide legal services at times and places which are convenient for you and your families.

Matt and his wife live in Utah Valley with their three children, Deacon, Kyla and Aurianna. In his spare time, Matt enjoys skiing, basketball, football, tennis, reading and spending time with his family.

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U.S. District Court, District of Utah
United States Patent and Trademark Office


Call 801-210-0513 or email matthewtuttlelaw@gmail.com to discuss your needs or questions.