Knowing what to expect can help ease your mind and relieve stress, whether you are dealing with a divorce, child custody or other family law matter. Scheffee Law recommends these resources to clients seeking more information about family law and the legal process:

The website is for the Maine Judicial Branch, where you can find forms, court locations, weather closings and other information about the Maine court system.

The Kids First Center is a Maine-based support resource for divorcing families that provides reading materials for parents and kids, local workshops and more.
Pine Tree Legal provides free legal, civil legal aid in Maine. The website includes legal forms and instructions for family law matters.
Features a legal library, information about the Maine court system and links to local legal resources.
Website for the Association of Family Courts and Conciliation Courts that includes tools and resources for attorneys, judges, therapists and others.
This website for the American Academy of Matrimonial lawyers, of which Liz Scheffee is a member, includes an information center, library, and other resources for those going through divorce.
The Family law section of the American Bar Association, which contains material related to family lawyers and clients.
A funding source for people needing assistance with attorneys’ fees in divorce.

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Liz Scheffee represented me in my divorce recently. She came to me highly recommended by another lawyer, and Liz lived up to the advertising and then some. Navigating the process is hard enough, but she made it go smoothly, prepared me well for what was to come, and was strategic, realistic, decent, honest, informative and above all, supportive. I would, in turn, recommend her as highly as she was recommended to me!
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