Kennebec County, Maine Lawyers
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Allan has fought to protect workers’ rights his entire career in all types of employment law cases. He has successfully represented clients in court, including in jury trials, and before government... Read More »View Profile
I enjoy helping clients with estate planning and probate administration of estates. I particularly like helping people plan for long-term care while protecting their assets for their families. Let me help you and your family plan for the years ahead.
Knowledgeable in all aspects of real estate law, Scott practices primarily in residential and commercial real estate transactions as counsel for lenders, sellers and purchasers. He is also counsel for a number of successful small to moderately sized business ventures. Scott graduated from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1985 and has been a member of the Maine Bar since that time. He has been a member of the Title Standards Committee of the Real Estate section of the Maine State Bar Association since 1987. He is a licensed title insurance agent for First American Title Insurance Company. Scott is a former...
Tammy Ham-Thompson joined the firm in the fall of 2003. Prior to joining the firm, Tammy was the managing partner of Schaeffer and Ham-Thompson. Tammy received her B.A. from the University of Southern Maine and a J.D from the New England School of Law. She is a member of the Maine and Kennebec County Bar Associations. She is a past President of the Kennebec County Bar Association. Tammy's area of expertise is family law. Whether divorce, parental rights, protection from abuse or guardianship cases, Tammy is the attorney you want on your side. Tammy resides in Gardiner, Maine with her...
My primary focus in my practice is assisting taxpayers with tax debt resolution. I help my clients by eliminating tax debt when I can, or, arranging affordable tax debt repayment of actual tax liability. I find it extremely rewarding when I watch the relief overcome people during an initial consultation when they learn about their options and strategies available to manage tax debt. As Judge Learned Hand pointed out, "there is nothing sinister in so arranging affairs as to keep taxes as low as possible."
Walter McKee formed McKee Billings in 2012. Mr. McKee’s work focuses on litigation. Mr. McKee's criminal defense practice ranges from traffic offenses to murder. He has been involved in countless high-profile criminal cases in Maine over the past 22 years and is a veteran of over 175 fully contested civil and criminal jury trials. Mr. McKee's practice is statewide and also includes representation of criminal defendants in federal criminal matters in Maine's federal district courts as well as the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston. As one Federal judge put it, Mr. McKee's defense of the accused is...
Greg Farris, an attorney since 1973, is licensed to practice in all State of Maine courts and in the United States District Court. Greg's historic practice is in the areas of domestic law, general civil litigation, personal injury and business planning. He currently is available to manage and advise with his partners in all of those areas of practice. His current emphasis, in addition to trial work, has been in real estate, corporate, business law, estate and tax planning. He brings years of experience and savvy to bear in working with clients to resolve their...
I provide efficient, effective and principled legal representation. We jointly plan your case as though it is a business project -- identify your goals, the best ways to accomplish your desired end and determine the work required (and who will do it). We evaluate each step to determine its impact on progress and your budget. We refrain from "tit for tat" retaliation because that lets others control your case. My decades of experience in business planning and execution of projects, litigation and dispute resolution and our full embrace of technological advances work for your advantage. No one works harder for...
I have grown up in Maine attending Erskine Academy and UMaine Orono. I obtained my law degree in Connecticut (Uconn Law) and returned to practice near my home. Now that I have returned to Maine I have picked up my favorite hobbies: hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking, visiting the local towns for those small hidden gem's like Eat More Cheese, Liberal Cup, Jess's Market, Perry's Nutshop (any many others), and spending time with family and friends.
Kennebec County, ME Attorney with 21 years experience
4 Drew St
Augusta, ME 04330
Augusta, ME 04330
Divorce, Estate Planning and Family
Harvard Law School
Harvard Law School