When You Need An Attorney To Draft Important Documents

The legal process has built-in flexibility in some matters. In other words, you don't always need an attorney to represent you in all aspects of your case. It is wise, however, to have a lawyer draft or review certain documents before you file them.

At Lavoie Law, we have more than 35 years of combined experience providing exceptional client service to individuals in communities throughout Maine. Whether you are seeking a divorce or have other litigation matters to address, we can provide a valuable service.

A Wide Range Of Document Services

There are numerous situations where an individual might need the assistance of a professional in drafting a legal document. Attorney Alicia Cushing will review your situation and draft a document that you can file in your own case.

  • Estate planning documents such as a will, trust or power of attorney
  • Qualified domestic relations orders (QDROs)
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial documents
  • Child support agreements
  • Post-judgment modifications
  • Any initial documents needed to initiate litigation

  • Any final documents needed to complete a divorce

Whatever document is needed, attorney Cushing can draft it and allow you to file the paperwork on your own. We additionally provide "unbundled" or limited representation services. This may include drafting documents, providing legal advice, or reviewing documents such as mediated agreements. Unbundled services can be tailored to meet your specific needs.

If you have questions regarding the scope of our service, do not hesitate to schedule a consultation by calling or emailing our Portland office.