The Maddox Law Firm, Inc.

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Tearing Down Obstacles, Finding A Way For You

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SERVING THE COMMUNITY

The Maddox Law Firm firmly asserts that professionals and leaders in our communities are responsible for actively promoting and prioritizing the well-being and goodwill of community members. Our unwavering dedication to reaching our objective and enhancing community resources is absolute. When community resources are abundant and accessible, individuals are empowered to contribute to the well-being of their community.

THE MORE YOU KNOW

When selecting services to enhance your quality of life, it is essential to understand the underlying concepts and principles. This will provide a strong foundation for your success! Whether you seek legal help or other services, a comprehensive grasp of the subject matter is essential to make an informed decision. We can significantly enhance the breadth and depth of our community experiences and expertise by leveraging local resources and partnerships. This exposure to diverse perspectives can promote inclusivity, responsibility, and a desire to effect positive change in our society.

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Many years ago, our caseload began to reflect a significant shift in our client profiles. Our team observed a marked rise in adolescent clients with complex social and clinical backgrounds because of their alcohol and drug use. Their families were not given the necessary information or guidance to help them navigate these challenging situations. The Maddox Law Firm has touched the lives of countless families and individuals, shining a light on crucial topics that might otherwise go unnoticed. With our team’s passion for public speaking and tireless efforts to educate others, we make a real difference. At our events, we strive to captivate our audiences. We ensure our audiences are fully engaged and actively participating from the beginning, fostering a collaborative environment throughout each presentation.

COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION

Every one of our team members has a strong work ethic and an even stronger sense of community. We started on this mission to help people, and it is one we are determined to continue.

Volunteer
As part of the Juvenile Review Board, our primary goal is to assist young individuals in staying on the right path and improving their lives. It’s not uncommon for teenagers and young adults who have run afoul of the law to have a complex background and face significant social and clinical challenges. In addition, many families lack knowledge regarding juvenile delinquency, teen pregnancy, and drug abuse. Providing education and guidance to young people is one of the most effective ways to create a brighter future for everyone involved.

Mentor/Partner
The Marian Work Study Corporation offers a unique chance for chosen students to participate in an internship program with a corporate mentor in New Haven and Fairfield counties. This program allows students to acquire valuable professional experience while still attending school. By taking part in the program, they can earn one academic credit. The students are evaluated twice a year, providing the necessary feedback to continue their growth and progress in their academic and professional endeavors.

Host
Our utmost priority is to provide comprehensive information to our community regarding the various legal options for tackling challenging situations. We believe in fostering a deep understanding of complex topics such as gun laws, insurance policies, substance abuse, and mental health issues. Our commitment to sharing information is unwavering, and we strive to empower individuals with the knowledge necessary to make informed decisions.

Mentor
The Senior Internship Program is a highly beneficial initiative that enables high school students to gain firsthand experience in their preferred industries by connecting them with potential employers. The program is tailored to meet each student’s unique skills and interests and typically spans 3-4 weeks, with the schedule coinciding with the end of the academic year. This program is designed to equip students with practical skills that can be applied in their future careers and helps them to gain insight into various industries.

Lead Speaker & Panelist
This commendable nonprofit organization supports substance-free living and advocates for healthy decision-making among New Canaan teenagers. One of the notable figures in this organization is lead speaker Attorney Maddox, who renders invaluable insights on how making positive decisions can safeguard New Canaan teens and establish a solid foundation for their future. Attorney Maddox covers crucial topics such as underage drinking and substance use, networking opportunities, and achieving success in their careers. Additionally, Attorney Maddox served as moderator and panelist for several Fathers’ Forums.

Volunteer
As part of the Juvenile Review Board, our primary goal is to assist young individuals in staying on the right path and improving their lives. It’s not uncommon for teenagers and young adults who have run afoul of the law to have a complex background and face significant social and clinical challenges. In addition, many families lack knowledge regarding juvenile delinquency, teen pregnancy, and drug abuse. Providing education and guidance to young people is one of the most effective ways to create a brighter future for everyone involved.

Mentor/Partner
The Marian Work Study Corporation offers a unique chance for chosen students to participate in an internship program with a corporate mentor in New Haven and Fairfield counties. This program allows students to acquire valuable professional experience while still attending school. By taking part in the program, they can earn one academic credit. The students are evaluated twice a year, providing the necessary feedback to continue their growth and progress in their academic and professional endeavors.

Host
Our utmost priority is to provide comprehensive information to our community regarding the various legal options for tackling challenging situations. We believe in fostering a deep understanding of complex topics such as gun laws, insurance policies, substance abuse, and mental health issues. Our commitment to sharing information is unwavering, and we strive to empower individuals with the knowledge necessary to make informed decisions.

Mentor
The Senior Internship Program is a highly beneficial initiative that enables high school students to gain firsthand experience in their preferred industries by connecting them with potential employers. The program is tailored to meet each student’s unique skills and interests and typically spans 3-4 weeks, with the schedule coinciding with the end of the academic year. This program is designed to equip students with practical skills that can be applied in their future careers and helps them to gain insight into various industries.

Lead Speaker & Panelist
This commendable nonprofit organization supports substance-free living and advocates for healthy decision-making among New Canaan teenagers. One of the notable figures in this organization is lead speaker Attorney Maddox, who renders invaluable insights on how making positive decisions can safeguard New Canaan teens and establish a solid foundation for their future. Attorney Maddox covers crucial topics such as underage drinking and substance use, networking opportunities, and achieving success in their careers. Additionally, Attorney Maddox served as moderator and panelist for several Fathers’ Forums.

READ MORE ABOUT OUR ATTORNEYS' EXPERTISE

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Matthew Maddox

Attorney & Founder

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Jessica Kordas

Attorney

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Juliana Velez

Attorney

Carol Dreznick

Carol Dreznick

Attorney

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Stephany Eastmond

Attorney