Top Farmington Foreclosure & Alternatives Lawyers - Maine

  • 472 Main Street,Suite 1 Lewiston ME 04240 44.107338 -70.210724

    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 two additional locations are in Topsham and Yarmouth, and we serve clients throughout Androscoggin, Cumberland and Sagadahoc counties. Serving Our Community For Over 35 Years Neil Shankman, the...

  • 2 Melcher Place Topsham ME 04086 43.928032 -69.96328

    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...

  • 305 Main Street Yarmouth ME 04096 43.802597 -70.19098

    At Shankman & Associates in Yarmouth, Maine, we are proud to be a general practice law firm with a special focus on family law and personal injury. We know that both divorce and family law can be a challenge, as well as frightening, to Mainers in Androscoggin, Cumberland and Sagadahoc counties. That is why we are here to help our clients through either process. Our job is to answer...

  • 75 Pearl St.,Ste. 212 Portland ME 04101 43.658688 -70.253555

    A native of Kennebunk, Bowdoin College graduate and Yarmouth resident, Scott Logan started the Law Office of J. Scott Logan, LLC, in Portland, Maine, in order to help individuals, and small-business owners find relief from their overwhelming debt while protecting their homes and other valuable assets. Operating a statewide practice throughout Maine, with a special knowledge of York and...

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