Attorney Kristi Trafton is a dedicated attorney who works closely with clients to understand their needs and goals. She confidently helps her clients navigate the various rules, regulations, and laws that come with a real estate transaction in order to obtain the best possible outcome. Kristi focuses her practice on Real Estate and Municipal law. Her attention to detail and strong research skills are invaluable to the clients she works with.
Kristi attended the University of Maine for her undergraduate degree, where she participated in Mock Trial and in her sorority, Phi Mu, where she served as president. She attended Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa, California, where she was a member of the Whittier Law Review, the Public Interest Law Foundation, and Phi Alpha Delta.
A native Mainer and John Bapst Memorial High School alumna, Kristi cares deeply about her community. She also enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with her husband, Kevin, and their three children.
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University of Maine, B.A. Political Science, Minor in History. Activities: Mock Trial, Phi Mu Fraternity President. Whittier Law School J.D. with Business Law Concentration. Awards: CALI Award for Legal Writing. Activities: Whittier Law Review Member, Public Interest Law Foundation, Phi Alpha Delta