Civil Law and Litigation

Sometimes we cannot seem to resolve differences without legal assistance. Filing a lawsuit against an individual can force him/her to address the situation. If you have found yourself in the midst of a civil lawsuit that you aren’t prepared to handle on your own, our civil litigation attorneys can help you resolve various types of civil disputes in court.

Our experienced trial attorneys are available to provide advice, guidance and legal representation so that you can protect your interests while pursuing your goals. Currier & Trask, P.A. practices the following:

  • Administrative law hearings
  • Alternative dispute resolution
  • Appeals
  • Arbitration
  • Business litigation
  • Breach of contract
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Maine Civil Rights and Human Rights claims
  • Collections and creditor rights
  • Landlord disputes
  • Professional license issues
  • Shareholder disputes and partner rights

Our attorneys are not only experienced in litigation, they also work closely with our clients, ensuring they explain each step along the way and help them to make informed decisions. You deserve an attorney who will provide the right fit, partnered with the highest level of experience. Give one of our offices a call today to get started.

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