With more than 30 years of experience, we specialize in estate planning, wills, trusts, probate, elder law, and deed work related to estate planning for clients throughout Maine.
We understand how important and personal matters of estate planning are to you and your family. We pride ourselves in serving every client with the highest possible standard, focusing on personalized service at a reasonable price. Our goal is to establish a long-term relationship with you as a trusted legal advisor through life’s highs, lows, and important milestones.
Elder Law refers to any and all types of law that affect our elderly population, the fastest growing segment of the Maine population.
Estate planning can entail drafting a will, power of attorney, advance health care directives, and trusts to protect and preserve your assets.
Probate is the process that appoints a personal representative (executor) to manage the distribution of your assets when you die.
& Deed Preparation
A deed is a written document that when properly prepared, signed, and recorded at the Registry of Deeds conveys title to real estate.
There are many kinds of Trusts, but they fall in to two basic categories: Revocable and Irrevocable. Learn more about which type of trust will work for your family and situation.
Looking for legal support in a different area? We may be able to help or recommend other legal services within the state of Maine. Let us know how we can assist.
Maine Law Firm Skilled in Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, and Elder Law
Our offices are based in York, Maine, but Attorney Kathryn Bedell and the team can travel to meet with you at your home or business. We proudly serve clients throughout the Seacoast of Maine, including:
We also work with clients throughout York County, including Eliot, Berwick, South Berwick, North Berwick, Biddeford, Kennebunk, Lebanon, Sanford, and beyond with estate planning, wills, trusts, probate, and elder law.
Make an Appointment with Us Today
Whether you’re looking for help with planning your estate, need advice on the right trust for your family, or have questions about Maine’s real estate transfer laws, Attorney Kathryn Bedell and her team are here to help.
Request an appointment with us by clicking on the button below or calling us at (207) 363-1200.
Young families often don’t do estate planning and make simple mistakes that can prove costly down the road.
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