Top Mexico Business Organizations Lawyers - Maine

  • Shankman & Associates in Lewiston, Maine, is the home office of this general practice law firm that handles all types of legal issues from Family Law to Personal Injury to Workers' Compensation. Our one additional location is in Topsham, and we serve clients throughout Androscoggin, Cumberland and Sagadahoc counties. Serving Our Community For Over 35 Years Neil Shankman, the founder of our law...

  • The law firm of Gosselin & Dubord, P.A., in Lewiston, Maine, offers comprehensive legal services in a variety of practice areas to meet the needs of individuals, families and businesses throughout the region. Serving Lewiston, Auburn and the rest of Androscoggin County, the attorneys at the law firm deliver high-quality, cost-effective representation and legal counsel to clients who have legal...

  • At Shankman & Associates in Topsham, Maine, our law firm is proud to offer affordable, accessible and approachable legal services in a wide range of areas, including all aspects of divorce and family law such as custody and child support, parental rights and responsibilities, spousal support, division of assets, mediation, adoption and domestic violence. Our three convenient locations in...

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    Located in Portland, Maine, Casco Bay Law is here to help you protect yourself, your assets and your family for the future, as well as assist you with all of the important matters affecting your business. Serving individuals, families, and business owners, our firm's attorneys have experience in a variety of legal areas. We strive to provide the highest level of counsel and support to those who...

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