Lawyer Profile

Law School - Texas A&M University School of Law (fka Texas Wesl

Bar Admission - 12/3/2008

Law Office Locations: Huntsville

Geographic Areas Served: All Counties in Alabama

Andrew Sieja

Martinson & Beason

115 Northside Square

Huntsville, AL 35801

Phone: 256-535-1100

Toll Free | 800-255-6534


Andrew Sieja dedicates his practice to Probate & Estate Administration, Business & Commercial Corporate Law, Elder Law, Water Rights, Veterans Affairs and General Civil Litigation. He practices at Martinson & Beason, P.C. in Huntsville, Alabama.

Areas of Practice:
Probate & Estate Administration
Business, Commercial Corporate Law
Elder Law
Water Rights
Veterans Affairs
General Civil Litigation

Texas, 2007
Northern District of Texas, 2008
Alabama, 2008

Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association Member Since: 2009
Texas Bar Association Member Since: 2007
Dallas Bar Association Member Since: 2008
Texas Young Lawyers Association Member Since: 2007
Huntsville Young Lawyers Association Member Since: 2009
Accredited attorney with Veterans Admnistration


Andrew Michael Sieja returned home to Huntsville in January 2009 to practice law with Martinson & Beason. He takes on a variety of cases but focuses on estate planning, elder law, litigation and corporate law.

In college at Denison University, Andrew studied Cinema 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, Andrew interned with the Dallas County District Attorney’s office and assisted with the Wesleyan Innocence Project.

Born in Maryland, Andrew spent most of his time growing up in Huntsville where he attended Randolph School. He and his wife Brianna have one son, Oliver, and are expecting another child.


Andrew understands the importance of giving back to the community and currently serves with the Huntsville Volunteer Attorney program which aids the indigent with filing bankruptcies, avoiding foreclosure, renegotiating mortgage loans, and drafting estate planning documents. Additionally, he provides estate planning documents for police officers and firefighters through the Wills for Heroes program.

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