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Law Office of John Lemieux
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Portland Divorce & Family Lawyer with over 30 years legal experience with child custody, parental rights and responsibilities, & mediation.
Portland Divorce & Family Lawyer with over 30 years legal experience with child custody, parental rights and responsibilities, & mediation.

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The Maine Parentage Act goes into effect on July 1st, 2016. Here's a good breakdown of what the new pathways to parentage in Maine.

NFL v. Tom Brady gets more interesting. Appeals court says upholds Tom Brady's four-game suspension. Thoughts? #DeflateGate

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We couldn't resist! Hope this brightens your #Monday.

Your Local Lawyer,
The Law Office of John Lemieux
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Their love lasted more than 60 years, during which time they raised four children, had successful careers and endured personal tragedies. They walked hand in hand through it all – until the end.

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Are you currently going through bankruptcy or considering filing for bankruptcy? Do you have questions about how bankruptcy might affect your child support, marital debt, or spousal support obligations? Maine's Supreme Judicial Law Court recently addressed these issues.

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In 2008, John Lemieux successfully argued before the Maine Supreme Judicial Law Court and defended his clients against an adverse possession claim. John's clients had owned two pieces of property before selling one to the claimant, who tried to argue that he could use both properties.

The Court said no.

Have a property dispute? Call us at (207) 347-3198 or email us at john@johnlemieuxlaw.com.

Want to read the case? Head over to:http://www.johnlemieuxlaw.com/case-highlights.html
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The holidays can be a pretty stressful time for any family. On top of work, getting the kids to school, extracurricular activities and grocery shopping, you have the holiday dinner to plan, the house to clean and decorate, the endless shopping lists and possibly preparing the guest room for the in-laws. For divorced or separated parents, or parents thinking about it, there is even more to juggle.

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Our office recently stumbled on a video of an adorable little girl (Tiana) telling her divorced parents to be friends. Here in Maine, a lot of the decisions in a divorce case have to be made with the best interests of the child/children in mind. However, sometimes the financial, property, and child custody disputes in a divorce can overshadow what the kids may be feeling.

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