Elder Law Attorneys


Elder Law Elder Law as a specialty practice area has its roots in the Older Americans Act (OAA). The act was passed by Congress in 1965 and has been revised many times since. The purpose of the Older Americans Act is to provide seniors:

So Why an Elder Law Attorney?

Elder Law is defined by the client to be served vs legal distinctions. The Older Americans Act served as the ignition for development of the Elder Law practice area.

Elder Law attorneys:

1. Focus their practice with its tools and techniques on the legal requirements of seniors.
2. Provide a holistic approach to legal advice for seniors. Such advice may include: financial, housing, long-term care and quality of life.
3. Understand issues related to the aging process and the senior’s competency
4. Utilize a skills network of social workers, psychologists, and other elder care professionals in resolving legal issues.

Please Note: We make no attempt to provide legal guidance, only to acquaint you with the terms and scope of elder law. Such guidance should come from an appropriate attorney certified in the law as it pertains to your location. Find such an Elder Law Attorney in your state below.

Find an Maine Elder Law Attorney
Name Address City ZIP Ph

Joy Trueworthy33 Mildred AveBangor4401207-947-6500
Candace Augustine23 Water StBangor4402207-942-4644
Randolph Mailloux151 High StBelfast4915207-338-1330
Jacqueline Sartoris14 Bowdoin StBrunswick4011207-441-4654
Kevin Weatherbee2120 Route 2Hermon4401207-848-5600
Barbara Schlichtman3 Webhannet PlKennebunk4043207-467-3301
Kathleen E. Kienitz443 Main St.Lewiston4240207-783-8500
James Hopkinson6 City CenterPortland4101207-772-5845
Jacqueline Sartoris1321 Washington Ave.Portland4103
Kate L. Geoffroy813 Washington Ave.Portland4103207-828-1597