Maine Attorney Patrice A. Putman joined the firm in September 2011. Patrice was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in December 1983 and to the Maine Bar in September 1988. She is also a Registered Nurse and has more than 25 years of experience working in health care.
Prior to joining the firm, Patrice was Director of Employee Development for MaineGeneral Health, Director of Community Relations for HealthReach Network, and a trial attorney for the Maine Department of Transportation. She also served as a volunteer attorney for victims of domestic violence and had a general civil law practice in Boston before moving to Maine.
Patrice has been a national speaker and received international recognition from the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) for her work teaching “Crucial Conversations” – how to have hard conversations in a way that will get you the results that you want.
Patrice is very active in her hometown of Winthrop, Maine. She served on the Winthrop Town Council, the Winthrop Planning Board, and recently chaired Winthrop's Comprehensive Planning Committee. She co-chairs Winthrop's Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee and is on the Board of Kennebec Land Trust.
Levey, Wagley & Putman, located at 161 Main Street, Winthrop, is a general practice law firm with areas of concentration in elder law, trusts and estates, real estate, divorce & family law, and mediation and alternate dispute resolution. Patrice will focus her practice on elder law, estate planning, probate and special needs trust. In addition, she is qualified under Veterans Administration to assist veterans with veterans benefits matters. She can be reached through our Contact page.
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