Anthony A. Trask
Anthony A. Trask is one of Rudman Winchell’s trial attorneys. His practice focuses on family law, criminal defense, and civil litigation involving contracts and property disputes. Tony is an active member of the Maine Trial Lawyers Association, the Aroostook and Penobscot County Bar Associations, the John Waldo Ballou Inn of Court, and the Maine State Bar Association. He is a recurring faculty member at the MSBA Family Law Institute and he has published academic articles on grandparents’ rights and de facto parenthood. Tony has also written many brief pieces on various family and criminal law topics.
In 2013, Tony was called upon by the Maine Supreme Court to serve on the Family Division Task Force, which examined the Courts’ processing of family matters and recommended changes to better serve the needs of children and families. In 2018, the Law Court again recruited Tony to serve on the Family Rules Advisory Committee to assist in refining the Rules of Civil Procedure pertaining to family matters. In addition, Tony has twice been appointed as a commissioner for the Maine Assistance Program for Lawyers and Judges (MAP), which confidentially identifies and provides assistance to members of the legal profession and law students who are dealing with alcoholism, substance abuse, and mental or emotional disorders.
Tony was born and raised in Maine and received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Maine. He earned his law degree at Suffolk University in Boston, where he practiced for several years before returning home to Maine. When not at work, Tony enjoys Maine’s great outdoors running, hiking, and skiing with his wife Jacinda. However, there is nothing he values more than time with his son, Tyler, and twin daughters, Brooke and Paige.
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