Smith, Collier & Fahey, P.A.
Smith, Collier & Fahey has a depth of experience in real estate law, consisting of representing people in their residential and commercial real estate transactions and assisting people in a variety of other real estate related matters, such as land use and zoning, municipal tax appeals and mechanic’s liens.
Estate Planning, Trusts and Administration of Estates
Smith, Collier & Fahey offers a range of estate planning services to our clients to enable them to pass assets to their families and to other beneficiaries in a manner that is consistent with our clients’ wishes, while also giving consideration to our clients’ needs during their lifetime. Our attorneys provide thoughtful advice to clients from different backgrounds and with different estate planning and related needs.
When a loved one has passed on, our attorneys help their family to efficiently navigate the probate process to ensure that the decedent’s wishes for the distribution of their estate are fulfilled.
Smith, Collier & Fahey acts as "Town Attorney" for a town on Mount Desert Island, as well as municipal land use and zoning counsel for another of the Island’s towns. The firm’s attorneys also represent private clients in municipally related matters in towns not represented by our firm. Municipal Law matters include representation of a town’s code enforcement officer, planning board or board of appeals concerning land use zoning matters, and working with town managers and/or boards of selectmen concerning a variety of matters (e.g., contract review, infrastructure development, and civil litigation).
Business Law for Individuals and Small Businesses
Smith, Collier & Fahey’s attorneys provide counsel to individuals and to small businesses involved in various business activities throughout Hancock County and Downeast Maine. We work with our clients to provide solutions and advice best suited for their individual situations at reasonable prices. Our attorneys provide thoughtful and comprehensive advice on a variety of small business matters.