Our attorneys have extensive experience in timberland transactions, including title matters, property exchanges, partitions, stumpage contracts, supply contracts, tenancy in common interests, timber deeds, access easements, and other similar issues and documentation involving timber and natural resources in Maine. Rudman Winchell is located in the commercial heart of Maine’s industrial timberlands and is heavily involved in representing the timber industry and other natural resource-based enterprises.
Over the last 30 years, Rudman Winchell’s timberland attorneys have worked at the center of many of the dynamic changes that have altered the character of doing business in the Maine woods. Working knowledge of the relationships among Maine’s large landowners and conservation entities enhances the quality and efficiency of Rudman Winchell’s work for forest-related enterprises.
Rudman Winchell’s timberland and natural resources attorneys have served as counsel for national and international lenders providing financing to farmers, timber companies, paper companies, salmon farmers, and others involved in natural resource industries. We also have extensive experience with forestland regulatory matters, such as the Maine Land Use Planning Commission subdivision and development approval process, and aquacultural submerged land leases.
Rudman Winchell’s experienced attorneys are ready to assist you with legal matters involving Maine’s natural resources. Contact us by filling out this form or call us at 207.947.4501 to schedule an appointment.