Top Augusta Land Use & Zoning Lawyers - Maine

  • 86 Lisbon Street,P.O. Box 1081 Lewiston ME 04243 44.097195 -70.21718

    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...

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    40 Western Avenue,PO Box 655 Hampden ME 04444 44.745083 -68.84169

    At McCue Law Office in Hampden, Maine, we are fully prepared to help you with the serious and pressing legal issues affecting your life and livelihood, your finances, your property, and your future. To that end, our law firm offers exceptional advocacy and support to a diverse range of clients throughout Penobscot, Waldo, Hancock and Kennebec counties who have legal needs involving any of the...

  • 189 Spurwink Avenue Cape Elizabeth ME 04107 43.613808 -70.24928

    I specialize in cases involving municipal and State action, but I also frequently represent clients in other areas, excluding only criminal law, domestic relations, and bankruptcy....

  • 189 Spurwink Avenue Cape Elizabeth ME 04107 43.613808 -70.24928

    I specialize in cases involving municipal and State action, but I also frequently represent clients in other areas, excluding only criminal law, domestic relations, and bankruptcy....

  • 82 Columbia Street Bangor ME 04401 44.800102 -68.77272

    For more than 30 years, the attorneys at Gilbert & Greif, P.A. have assisted individuals in Bangor and throughout Maine with their most pressing legal matters. We specialize in personal injury and employment law, and our approach is collaborative. To best serve our clients, it is important to us that we come to know them personally. In matters of personal injury, our lawyers provide...

  • 408 U.S. Route One,Second Floor York ME 03909 43.161747 -70.648254

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