Pamela G. Terry, Esq.

Along with a touch of worldliness and style, Pam brings years of experience and thoughtful counsel to our small-town firm. Originally from Vermont, she obtained her Juris Doctor from Vermont Law School. After graduating, she ran a private practice there for several years, primarily in the areas of estate planning, and estate and trust administration. During that time, Pam enjoyed participating in the local community outside of work, serving for many years as board member and president of the Lakes Region Youth Orchestra, Castleton, Vermont. In 2003 Pam returned to her family’s ancestral home of Maine, full of childhood memories of days spent tooling around Portland with her maternal grandparents, and jumping from hay lofts on her paternal grandparents’ dairy farm in Augusta.

One of Pam’s favorite perks of her job is the opportunity to foster long-term relationships with her clients. As she puts it, “I like the fact that our firm may assist clients in several practice areas over a span of years — so that we might help a new client purchase a house, and then later assist them to form a new business and develop their estate plans.” Pam continues her involvement with the community as a Trustee of the Anita Card Montgomery Foundation of Camden, has served on the Planned Giving Committee of Pen Bay Foundation, and she is a member of both the Knox County Bar Association and the Maine Bar Association. In her free time Pam enjoys hiking, reading, camping, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends. Her children and grandchildren all live close by in New England, and she relishes the opportunity to spoil them, brag about them, and see them as often as possible. An avid sports fan (especially the Bruins and Red Sox!), one thing she does miss is being a hockey mom. If she’s not penning a will or reviewing a contract she may be stopping to chat for a few moments with a client who just popped in to say ‘hi,’ or musing in the quiet of her office about how lucky she is to live and work in a place of such stunning beauty, good people and seemingly limitless cultural opportunities.

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