10 Bristol Road
Damariscotta, Maine 04543
(207) 563-1144
Damariscove

About

Deborah Potter

Deborah A. Potter, Attorney

A native of western Massachusetts, Deborah attended Wheaton College, (Norton, Massachusetts) and Bridgewater State College, receiving a degree in English Literature in 1979. She attended New England School of Law graduating in 1982 with a Juris Doctor degree. Licensed to practice in Massachusetts and Maine, Deborah is admitted to practice before the United States District Court (Districts of Maine and Massachusetts), United States Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of the United States.

Deborah was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in 1982 and opened an office concentrating in the areas of real estate, wills, trusts and probate administration. Upon moving to Maine in 1987, she established her office in Damariscotta. She is an approved real estate title attorney for several title insurance companies, a member of the Maine State Bar Association, and MSBA section member of the Elder Law and Estates and Trusts committees.

Deborah has been active in the community. A Paul Harris Fellow member of the Damariscotta-Newcastle Rotary Club she served as chair of the Rotary Scholarship Committee. She has also served as Treasurer of the Damariscotta-Newcastle Lions Club and as a board member of the Boothbay Region Humane Society.

Deborah enjoys amateur radio (she holds a general class license, call sign: K1AUX) and exploring the coast with her husband, Mark in their Maine-built lobster boat.


Mark H. Potter

Mark H. Potter, Office Manager / Paralegal

Originally from Lexington and later Pocasset, (Cape Cod) Massachusetts, Mark spent many years in the marine industry. In 1986, he left the business to join a management consulting firm designing productivity based employee incentive compensation plans. That same year Mark and Deborah began implementing their long-term goal of moving to Maine. By 1989, when the law office in Damariscotta had grown to the point where the addition of staff became necessary, it was an easy decision for him to give up the long hours and frequent air travel of the consulting practice in favor of staying closer to home and family.

Mark is active in community service having served as a director at the Damariscotta Lake Watershed Association, director and treasurer of the Damariscotta-Newcastle Rotary Club and treasurer of The Lincoln Home. He is active in the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary as a Boat Crew Qualification Examiner and is past Commander of the Boothbay Harbor Flotilla. When not engaged in volunteer work with the Coast Guard Auxiliary, he enjoys “simply messing about in boats” and holds a 100-ton Master’s license. He also enjoys photography, amateur radio (he holds a general class license, call sign: W1AUX) and serves on the board of the Merrymeeting Amateur Radio Association.

Mark brings a wealth of business, management, legal and financial skills and experience to work for our clients in a variety of ways. His is usually the first voice you will hear when calling our office. He maintains our office information technology systems, handles document production, fiduciary and trustee accounting for our clients as well as the fiduciary, estate and income tax work.

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