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Edward A. Brown


Cumberland County Divorce Attorney

We are distinguished by our high level of personal service provided at reasonable expense. We have a great deal of experience handling all sorts of divorce and child-related matters, including paternity, grandparent rights and "de facto" parent cases, guardianships and adoptions.

Appearing in the following local Courts: Cumberland County (Portland and West Bath), Lincoln County (Wiscasset), Androscoggin County (Lewiston and Auburn), Sagadahoc County (Bath and West Bath), Knox County (Rockland), Waldo County (Belfast), Kennebec County (Augusta), and Franklin County (Farmington).

Edward A. ("Ted") Brown has been in private practice in Brunswick concentrating in all aspects of Family Law since 1987. He divides his time between the main office in Brunswick, the "winter office" at Sugarloaf U.S.A., and the "Summer Office" in Georgetown, Maine. Mrs. Brown is the Executive Director of the Maine School Boards Association. The Browns have three children, two grandchildren and one dog.

Years in Practice:25
Offer a Free Consultation:Yes
Education: Hamilton College, Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Russian Studies.
University of Maine School of Law, Juris Doctorate
Handle Grandparent Rights:Yes
Handle Custody Cases:Yes
Collaborative Divorce:Yes
Litigate Cases:Yes
Mediate Cases:Yes
Handle Paternity Cases:Yes
Limited Scope Representation:Yes
Practice Emphasis:Family law, Estate Planning and Probate
Office Hours:8:00 to 5:00
Credit cards:Yes
Address:295 Water St. Suite 221
Augusta, ME 04330
(207)622-6900
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Main Web Site:www.maine-divorce.com


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