Andrew Michael Sieja returned home to Huntsville in January 2009 to practice law with Martinson & Beason, P.C. He takes on a variety of cases but focuses on estate planning, probate, elder law, litigation, corporate law and is an Accredited VA attorney.
Prior to his practice in Alabama, Andy worked with large and small law firms as well as working as a sole practitioner in Dallas, Texas where he currently still holds a license. Andy is a member of the Greater Huntsville Rotary Club where he serves as a deputy director and is actively involved in St. Marks Lutheran Church where he has attended since he was a child. Andy is a member with the Alabama Association for Justice and the Elder Law Section of the Alabama State Bar.
Andy understands the importance of giving back to the community and currently serves with the Madison County Volunteer Attorney program which aids the indigent with estate planning, estate administration, renegotiating mortgage loans, and civil litigation. In 2012, he was named Estate Planning/Probate Volunteer lawyer of the year. Additionally, he has provided estate planning documents for police officers and firefighters through the Wills for Heroes program.
In college at Denison University, Andy studied cinema and philosophy and enjoyed making movies and helping other students with their movie projects. After graduating, he entered Texas Wesleyan School of Law where he was actively involved with moot court and judged the National Undergraduate Moot Court Competition. Also during law school, Andy interned with the Dallas County District Attorney’s office and assisted with the Wesleyan Innocence Project.
Born in Maryland, Andy spent most of his time growing up in Huntsville where he attended Randolph School. He and his wife Brianna have a son, Oliver, and a daughter, Edith.
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Business, Commercial Corporate Law
- Elder Law
- Water Rights
- Veterans Affairs
- General Civil Litigation
- J.D. , Texas Wesleyan School of Law, 2007
- B.A. in Cinema, Denison University, 2001
JURISDICTIONS ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
- Texas, 2007
- Northern District of Texas, 2008
- Alabama, 2008