Meet the Team

All of us at Ufford Law & Mediation Offices are dedicated to achieving positive solutions for you! We take a team approach to all matters. Read below to learn more about each of our team members. As always, feel free to contact us for anything further we can do for you.

Matt Armstrong

Matt Armstrong

Matt Armstrong joined Ufford Law & Mediation Offices in March of 2021. As an Associate Attorney, he provides a wide variety of legal services, including family law, criminal defense, and general civil litigation. Matt primarily practices law in Clarksville, Tennessee and its surrounding areas.

Matt received his law degree from the Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law located in Knoxville, Tennessee. He was one of a select few in his class to be named to the LMU Law Review. As an Associate Editor of Law Review, he reviewed legal writings, conducted expansive legal research, and produced his own law review article. During his time at LMU Law, Matt’s name could be found on the Dean’s List for multiple semesters. He was also a CALI award winner for receiving the top grade in Legal Research.

While in law school, Matt obtained valuable experience in a variety of legal settings and areas of practice. He participated in LMU Law’s annual pro bono event “Wills for Warriors” by providing free Wills and other Estate Planning to current and former members of the military and their families. Matt participated in two externship opportunities while attending LMU Law. He was an extern for McDonald, Levy & Taylor in Knoxville, Tennessee, where he assisted attorneys by conducting research on legal topics and by providing various estate planning services to clients. Matt also spent a semester as an extern with the Tennessee Court of Appeals writing bench briefs, conducting legal research, and drafting court opinions for the now retired Honorable Judge Charles Susano. Throughout his time in law school, Matt worked part-time at McGehee & Cole in Knoxville, Tennessee providing clients legal services in a general practice mostly focused on family law, criminal defense, property law, and estate planning. 

Before attending law school, Matt graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Kinesiology. A native of Knoxville, Tennessee, he naturally became an avid sports fan with an unwavering loyalty to the Tennessee Volunteers. Matt is a proud husband to his wife, Maggie, and loving owner to their golden retriever, Maisie. He enjoys trying new restaurants, attending concerts and sporting events, kayaking, lazy Sundays, growing in his faith, and keeping up with the latest political trends. 


Matt Holman

Matt Holman joined Ufford Law & Mediation Offices in February 2021 as a research and analysis specialist. He steadily moved forward and is now an Associate Attorney with vast experience. Matt handles a wide variety of legal matters including criminal defense, family law, and civil litigation. Matt focuses his practice in Clarksville and Montgomery County.

Matt received his law degree and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Tennessee College of Law, where he worked as a Student Attorney in UT's Legal Clinic, which included representing indigent clients in matters such as juvenile delinquency, child support, and voter restoration. In his time at Tennessee, Matt served as a Research Editor for The Tennessee Journal of Business Law, the Social Chair for Tennessee's Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and a Representative for the Christian Legal Society. Matt also received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Torts II, Professional Responsibility, Investigatory Criminal Procedure, and Advocacy Clinic.


Matt also gained experience in several different areas of the law during law school. Matt spent a summer working with International Paper's legal department, where he saw the innerworkings of a business from a legal perspective. Matt also spent a semester as a judicial intern with Chancellor John F. Weaver, which included conducting legal research for cases being heard in the Chancery Court of Knox County. He also competed in several moot court competitions, such as Tennessee's Advocate's Prize competition and the Tulane International Baseball Arbitration Competition.


Before attending law school, Matt graduated summa cum laude from Mississippi College with a degree in Business Administration with a Concentration in Sports Management. In his free time, Matt enjoys hiking with his dog, playing sports, and cheering for the Atlanta Braves and the Tennessee Volunteers.