Tracy B. Collins

"Whether you’re a small business owner, a creative, a CEO, or a stay-at-home parent, everyone deserves the peace of mind that comes with setting in place a plan that your loved ones can depend on."

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Tracy B. Collins

"Whether you’re a small business owner, a creative, a CEO, or a stay-at-home parent, everyone deserves the peace of mind that comes with setting in place a plan that your loved ones can depend on."

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Tracy Collins devotes her practice to designing practical, effective estate plans for Mainers, whether their needs are simple or complex. From a power of attorney that enables a UMaine professor to help her father manage his finances, to a trust that ensures a family can protect its legacy camp on Beech Hill Pond, to a will that promises a precious tourmaline heirloom ring goes to a granddaughter.

Tracy empowers her clients with tailored legal tools that enable them to achieve their goals and effectively plan for the road ahead. When conflict mounts, Tracy leverages more than a decade of experience in Maine courtrooms. She persuasively advocates for her clients’ best interests and crafts collaborative solutions to resolve disputes.

Tracy is a Bangor native. She is proud to serve her hometown as a legal advocate. She is a member of several community and statewide boards, including the boards of the Robinson Ballet Company, the Penobscot County Bar Association, the Maine Board of Bar Examiners, and the Maine Information and Analysis Center.

In her spare time, Tracy enjoys teaching criminal procedure at Eastern Maine Community College, collecting and reading classic and modern literature, exploring Maine’s landscapes, and spending time with her family.

 

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Contact

207.992.4427

tcollins@rudmanwinchell.com

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Bar Admissions

Maine, 2011
U.S. District Court, District of Maine, 2017
Penobscot Nation Tribal Court, 2018

Education

University of Maine School of Law
Portland, Maine, 2011
J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence
Honors: magna cum laude

University of Maine
Orono, Maine, 2004
Bachelor of Arts
Major: Journalism

Assistant

Carolyn Carter

ccarter@rudmanwinchell.com