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Rudman Winchell is a full service law firm serving the people, businesses and communities of Maine. With our vast legal resources and more than two dozen attorneys located in Bangor, we become a true strategic partner with the clients we serve.

Rudman Winchell's Practice Groups

Individual Family

Rudman Winchell attorneys provide expert guidance and on matters involving all aspects of Maine individual and family law including Divorce, Probate, Elder Law, Wills and Estate Planning.

Business Corporate

Rudman Winchell business attorneys regularly represent clients in all aspects of business and corporate law.

Litigation Trials

Rudman Winchell’s trial lawyers have extensive experience in both federal and state courts in a vast array of civil matters as well as criminal defense.

Municipal Government Law

Rudman Winchell represents clients' interests in administrative and enforcement proceedings before government agencies and boards, including appeals.

Insurance Workers Compensation

Rudman Winchell’s insurance law attorneys offer specialized representation to insurance companies and their insureds.

Real Estate Property

Rudman Winchell has a broad Maine based real estate practice. Our real estate attorneys provide representation of banks and other lending institutions

Employment Labor Law

Rudman Winchell’s experienced Employment and Labor attorneys advise clients on preventive strategies and positive solutions in Maine labor and workplace law.

Timberlands Natural Resources

Rudman Winchell is located in the heart of Maine's industrial timberlands, and is a trusted partner of the timber industry and other natural resource based enterprises.

Healthcare Hospitals

Rudman Winchell provides a comprehensive array of legal services to clients in the health care industry, throughout the state of Maine.

From the Attorney's Blog

FROM THE ATTORNEY'S BLOG

From the Attorney's Blog

Your Appeals Questions, Answered Part II

The trial court has entered judgment in your case. Now what? This series of articles will examine some common questions on appeals to Maine’s Supreme Judicial Court (or Law Court) in civil cases. How Much Time do I Have to File an Appeal? An appeal must be filed within 21 days after the entry of judgment. This is a very important deadline. Failure to file a Notice of Appeal within 21 days will, with few exceptions, result in the loss of your right to appeal. The Trial Judge Ruled Against me on a Motion Before Trial. Can I Appeal? Generally speaking, you can only appeal at the end of the case, once the trial court has issued a “final judgment.” In simple terms, a final judgment is an order by the court that resolves all of the issues in the case. This occurs after trial or, in some cases, when the court dismisses the case or enters judgment in favor of one of the parties. This means that many of the decisions the trial court makes leading up to and…

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