Achieving client satisfaction is the essence of my job. My sole purpose is to help them visualize, articulate, and achieve their goals.
As an attorney at Murray Plumb & Murray, Liz focuses on all areas of trust and estate planning and administration, including tax and business succession planning, asset protection planning, charitable planning, and related fiduciary litigation. She credits developing a disciplined legal mind and honing good legal habits early on in her career for her strong track record. Liz is an open, honest, compassionate, and responsive communicator and listener. She’s proactive in her work, a stickler for details, and a precise writer, all of which matter in law.
Because she’s not typically in litigation, Liz may not “win” or “lose” a case in the traditional sense, but she’s steadfastly committed to achieving positive outcomes for clients. The question, “Have I provided a beneficial result for my clients?” is never far from her mind.
Before joining Murray Plumb & Murray, Liz worked at a variety of law firms during her 30-year tenure, including Pierce Atwood and Preti Flaherty in Maine, and most recently, McLane Middleton in New Hampshire. Outside of the court of law, Liz also has a love for the tennis court, sailing, snowshoeing, golfing, traveling, cooking, and gardening. She also enjoys curling up with a good book.
“Hawkes Television, Inc. v. Maine Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection: A New Loophole in Maine’s Consumer Code,” 36 U. Me. Law Rev. 451 (1984)
- Estate and tax planning, probate, and trust administration
- Business and Corporate
- Real Estate, Finance, and Family held Real Estate Succession Planning
- University of Maine School of Law, D. cum laude
- Associate Editor, University of Maine Law Review
- Middlebury College, B. magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
Bar & Court Admissions
- New Hampshire
- U.S. District Court for the District of Maine
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit