Julien D. Guerard, Esq.

President and Shareholder

As a Native Mainer, Julien understands the nuances and challenges of owning and operating a business in Southern Maine. Whether it be an initial business formation, representation during a business dispute, or finalizing a real estate transaction, Julien has the expertise, creativity, and experience to meet your business and transactional needs. 

Julien’s practice centers on advising businesses, lenders, and entrepreneurs on a wide array of corporate, real estate, and commercial transactions, including the formation of legal entities, with a specialization in Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) formation, general corporate counsel services, and financing. Julien has extensive experience in representing and advising clients on potential business acquisitions or sales, corporate governance, regulatory actions, succession planning, and private family matters. 

In his free time, Julien can usually be found on the jiu jitsu mats, a golf course, or skiing at Sunday River. Julien and his wife, Nikki, live in Old Orchard Beach with their two cats, Enzo & Phoebe. 

  • University of Maine School of Law, J.D. 

       (Bride Entrepreneurial Fellowship) 

  • University of Tampa, B.A. – Government & World Affairs (Honors Program)
  • Hebron Academy, H.S. Diploma

Steven W. Rand, Esq.

  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D.
  • Gettysburg College, B.A. 

Robert T. Boudreau, Esq.

Bob has been practicing law for 46 years and specializes in the field of elder law.  He has lectured for years throughout Maine on the nuances between Wills and Trusts and the critical importance of Durable Powers of Attorney in providing ample flexibility when nursing home issues become present.  He is a former Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of New England as well as the University of Massachusetts.  His financial background served him well as a Senior Vice President and Treasurer of a Massachusetts Bank.   He represents several elderly family members seeking to maximize their ability to transfer their wealth to loved ones.

  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D. 
  • University of Massachusetts, M.B.A.
  • Salem State College, B.A. 

Christopher J. Ryer, Esq.

Chris has practiced for over 40 years in the areas of real estate, business, probate, estate planning and contract law. He is a title insurance agent and is a member of the Real Estate Section of the Maine State Bar Association. He participates in and conducts closings involving real estate, businesses and mobile homes.


Chris engages in estate planning and in administration of estates. He also assists clients in using devises such as trusts and transfer-on-death deeds in order to avoid probate altogether. In this manner, clients can dispose of their assets at death with a minimum of time and expense.


Chris and his wife moved to Maine in 1982, and he has been active in his community and with its Lions Club. He spends his free time playing golf, hiking, and travelling. 

  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D. 

Charles E. Trainor, Esq.

Chuck has practiced law for over 40 years, primarily in the areas of worker compensation,personal injury and social security disability law. He is a member of the Workers Compensation Section of the Maine Bar Association. He has been a speaker at workers compensation law seminars. 

Chuck was born in Waterville and grew up in Cumberland, ME. He and his wife reside in Portland, where they have lived for over 30 years. He is active in his church. When not working he is kept very busy by his three grandsons and a granddaughter. 

  • Franklin Pierce Law Center J.D. 
  • University of Tampa, B.A. 

Cassandra L. Morin, Esq.

Cassandra primarily practices in estate planning with particular attention to the disposition of pets and/or other animal dependents. Even if it is not the wish of the owner, pets often end up in shelters upon their owner’s death, and with animal shelters closer to reaching maximum capacity, she emphasizes planning for the care of pets/animals in each client’s estate plan. If you are looking for an attorney who understands that pets are a part of the family, you are in the right place.


She has worked in estate planning and probate for many years – long before she became an attorney – so she understands that it can be difficult to discuss, or even think about, what should happen upon one’s death. To make it easier, she explains the probate process in Maine in natural English to remove some or all of the confusion, fear, and uncertainty associated with it. Because she was a paralegal before she was an attorney, she has an in-depth understanding of the processes associated with estate planning and probate administration in Maine, and she uses this knowledge to create a comprehensive plan for each client such that much of the “what if”s are accounted for by the time clients are ready to finalize their documents. 


Cassandra’s practice is focused on estate planning, trusts, probate administration, and real estate transactions. She is also accepting animal law cases on a case-by-case basis, including veterinary malpractice cases, ownership/custody disputes, and legal issues concerning Maine wildlife.


When she is not in the office, Cassandra spends her time playing video games, volunteering at animal shelters and wildlife rehabilitation centers, working on various writing projects, practicing Japanese, swimming, and birdwatching. She lives in Bowdoinham with her husband and pets.


University of Maine School of Law

  •  Juris Doctor


University of Southern Maine

  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media Studies
  • Honors: Magna Cum Laude

Rita M. Farry, Esq., Of Counsel

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