Matthew J. Fero is a partner in the law firm of Fero & Ingersoll, LLP. He is engaged in the general practice of law with a specific concentration on family law.
Mr. Fero received his Bachelor’s Degree from St. Lawrence University in 1998 and his law degree from Suffolk University School of Law in 2003. He is a member of the Monroe County Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association. Mr. Fero is the Co-Chairman of the Monroe County Bar Associations Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, serves on the committee for the New York State Bar Associations Lawyer’s Assistance Program, and is a member of the Fee Arbitration Committee. He has presented for continuing legal education programs on the local and state level as well as the Assisting Children through Transition program.
Mr. Fero was admitted to the New York State Bar Fourth Judicial Department in 2004 and subsequently to the Federal Bar in the Western District of New York and United States Bankruptcy Court. Mr. Fero was the recipient of the James R. Boyle Award for child advocacy in 2013 and the William E. McKnight Volunteer Service Award in 2016.
Mr. Fero serves as the Vice Chairman for the Monroe County Water Authority’s Board of Directors.