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Belfast, Camden law firms join forces

Jun 12, 2019
The Law Office of Lee Woodward, of Belfast, is now a satellite office of Camden Law LLP.

Camden — The Law Office of Lee Woodward has joined forces with longtime colleagues Attorneys Christopher MacLean, Pamela Terry, Sarah Gilbert, Katherine Gibson, Mark Coursey, and Laura Shaw of Camden Law LLP.

Still located at 56 Main St. in Belfast, The Law Office of Lee Woodward, now a satellite office of Camden Law LLP, offers the same small-town feel while also offering the benefits provided by the infrastructure of a larger firm.

Recently honored as Citizen of the Year by the Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce, Woodward has spent the last thirty-plus years building a strong relationship with both his clients and his community. Woodward is now beginning to plan for his next great adventure. “Having practiced for over 38 years, I have come to the realization that I owe it to my clients to develop a succession plan where their legal needs will be professionally met for decades to come,” he states. “I have every intention of practicing law on a full time basis for at least the next seven years, but in the meantime, my merger with Camden Law will ensure that the legal needs of my clients will continue to be met well after my departure.”

Joining Woodward in the satellite location is Camden Law’s most recently acquired attorney, Haley Hall. Hall offers representation to her clients in a variety of matters including landlord/tenant disputes, Guardian ad litem work, real estate transactions and litigation, probate and estate administration issues, family law, misdemeanor criminal proceedings, corporate law, and more.

Camden Law is a full-service law firm, with eight attorneys and 15 staff members, based out of 20 Mechanic St., Camden, with a new satellite office located at 56 Main St. in Belfast.


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