Meet Our Paralegals and Staff
Martine Morin Boissonneault has been employed at Molleur Law Office since its inception. Martine is a highly skilled paralegal that wears many hats in the office. Martine is a vital part of our Chapter 7 team of bankruptcy paralegals as well as the consumer litigation paralegal. Her attention to detail is uncanny. Of her many valued attributes, Martine’s compassion for her co-workers and her clients is present everyday in what she does and who she is. She treats every person she encounters with the same genuine care and concern as if they were a member of her own family. Our office is extremely grateful to have someone with Martine’s knowledge and heart in our office. She truly is a valued and dedicated employee and a wonderful human being.
Cheryl Wilkinson has been with Molleur Law Office since October of 2003 and was promoted to Office Manager in January 2012. Cheryl worked previously as a Chapter 13 paralegal with Molleur Law Office and proved she possessed all of the qualities to manage our daily operations. She is an invaluable member of our team.
Brenna Reali began working at our office in February 2007. She graduated in 1999 from the University of Southern Maine with a Bachelor of Arts degree and is an experienced paralegal in bankruptcy. Brenna works diligently assisting our Chapter 13 clients in navigating their way through the bankruptcy process. We value her contributions in efficiently and effectively representing consumer and small business clients.
Melissa Martin joined our office in October 2006. She is currently a paralegal assisting with Chapter 7 matters and litigation. She graduated from the Heartland College of Art in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She is a true "people person" and provides excellent customer service to our clients.
Michelle Vallee joined our practice in July 2008. Michelle is a paralegal assisting clients with Chapter 13 cases. She has over 10 years of experience in small business operations and sales. Her organizational and client-focused skills enable her to provide quality and caring service to our clients.
Carissa Rubin joined our office in October 2007. She holds a paralegal position working on Chapter 13 cases, providing prompt service to many of our clients. She has a master's degree in sports psychology and has worked in a variety of administrative and financial positions in several prominent local businesses. We are pleased to have her talents in our office.
Bridget Scott began her career with Molleur Law Office in 2008 as receptionist. She quickly proved to be a fast learner, as well as a hardworking and dedicated employee. Bridget was promoted to her current position of Paralegal in April of 2012. She is now a member of our Chapter 7 team of bankruptcy paralegals and will continue to provide exceptional service to our valued clients. We are happy to have Bridget’s positive attitude and her team player mentality in our office.
Kelly Cadorette joined Molleur Law Office in October of 2008 and is our foreclosure defense paralegal. As a result of her prior experience working with the general public, Kelly developed an ability to provide empathetic communication and utilizes that quality with our clients. Her friendly personality and organizational skills enable her to provide much needed support to our attorneys. She is a valuable member of our team.
Evalyn Ayer started working here at Molleur Law Office as a paralegal in March of 2011. After receiving a Master of Education degree from the University of Orono, Evalyn taught school for several years before obtaining her Paralegal Certificate from Andover College (now Kaplan University). Evalyn brings an abundance of valuable work and life experiences to our office, making her a strong member of our Chapter 13 bankruptcy team.
Amanda Billing started here as receptionist and quickly proved she had the necessary skills to become a member of our team of Chapter 13 bankruptcy paralegals. She studied Political Science at the University of Maine, Farmington, for three years, and currently holds an Associates Degree in legal Studies from Kaplan University. Amanda’s experiences in customer service have taught her many skills, enabling her to become a highly organized, compassionate, and effective employee.
Dawn Levesque joined Molleur Law Office in April of 2012. Dawn was previously the receptionist at Molleur Law Office. To be closer to home, Dawn accepted a job as an educator and left MLO in 2006. Throughout the years, Dawn always kept in touch with MLO. We are thrilled Dawn has recently returned to the Biddeford/Saco area and expressed desire to return to MLO. Dawn is now a paralegal at our office and we are excited to have her back. Dawn has strong organizational skills and a pleasant, reassuring way with clients. These traits enable Dawn to provide excellent service to our clients.
Jennifer Sheehan joined Molleur Law Office in July of 2012 and is currently working in the capacity of legal assistant. Jenn is extremely attentive to clients needs and feelings and will provide the high level of respect and courtesy MLO strives for. We are very happy to have Jenn join the MLO team and having her personality and talents in the office.
Kati O’Brien joined Molleur Law Office in August of 2012. Kati is a member of our Chapter 13 team of highly skilled paralegals. She will provide excellent customer service to our clients. Kati operates at a high level. Kati produces quality work and manages to interject compassion. She is a vital part of the MLO team and we feel very fortunate to have Kati in our office.
Karra Sims joined our office in December of 2012. Karra is our receptionist and we are very excited to have her in the office. She has worked for several years in the customer service industry. Karra is extremely pleasant and has a wonderful way of making people feel at ease. We are so pleased to have Karra join the MLO team.
Julie Coffin joined Molleur Law Office in March of 2013. She is joining our Chapter 13 team of paralegals. Julie has a Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science and a Master of Arts in Education. She possesses all of the qualities to assist our clients in navigating through the Chapter 13 process. We are so happy to have Julie in our office.
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- 02/25/13 - First Circuit Issues Canning v. HSBC Decision
- 02/04/13 - Attorneys Hayden and Bopp Stark Admitted to Practice in New Hampshire
- 01/02/13 - Foreclosure Prevention with Andrea and Chet (Video)
- 10/25/12 - Bernard Featherman of Business Today interviews Jim Molleur (Video)
- 10/22/12 - MLO Attorneys Recoginized for Excellence
- 09/28/12 - MLO Sponsor's Children's Activities Tent at 2012 Apple Fest
- 09/17/12 - Important Information for Clients Filing Chapter 7
- 08/17/12 - Federal Student Loan Wage Garnishments
- 08/17/12 - Jim Molleur and Jennifer Hayden speak at ABI Northeast Consumer Forum
- 07/26/12 - Introduction to Foreclosure (Video & Transcript)
- 07/26/12 - Introduction to Bankruptcy (Video & Transcript)
- 07/03/12 - MLO Volunteers at York County Shelter to Serve Dinner
- 03/16/12 - Chapter 13 Frequently Asked Questions
- 03/11/12 - Bopp Stark Advocates For Homeowners’ Rights To Highest Court In Maine
- 01/12/12 - Sambatakos, Stark, and Hayden Become Members of Molleur Law Office
- 11/27/11 - Current on Student Loan Payments, But Having a Hard Time?
- 11/27/11 - Hayden and Stark Attend Fall Bankruptcy Conferences
- 12/03/10 - Sambatakos elected to Habitat Board
- 09/02/10 - MLO Works With Habitat for Humanity
- 05/31/10 - MLO Opens Portland Office
What our clients are saying
Jim, I want to thank you for all your help and believing in me. it has been a tough road but I am slowly coming around the corner. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! Thanks Again, Regards Mike