Jill S. Cramer
Jill joined the firm in August 2016. She represents clients in family law matters, divorces, judicial separations, parental rights and responsibilities, protection from abuse and harassment cases, and post-judgment matters.
She has also represented individuals in forcible entry and detainer actions, probate matters (including guardianships and contested estate cases), real estate and business transactions, enforcement of mechanic's liens actions, and small claims cases.
Additionally, Jill is experienced in drafting estate planning documents, residential and commercial leases, and purchase and sale agreements. She also is an experienced Town Moderator.
Bar Memberships and Associations:
Jill is admitted to practice in Maine and Vermont. She is a member of the Maine State Bar Association, the Vermont Bar Association, and the York County Bar Association. She also serves as Chairperson of the Judicial Evaluation Committee of the Maine State Bar Association.
Education and Judicial Clerkships:
Prior to joining Bourque Clegg Causey & Morin, Jill served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Thomas E. Humphrey at the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. She earned her law degree at the University of Maine School of Law, graduating summa cum laude and serving as student attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic and as executive editor of the Ocean and Coastal Law Journal. She received her Bachelor's degree in Advertising, cum laude, from Syracuse University and a Master's degree in Education from St. Michael's College.
Before moving to Maine in 2012, Jill taught elementary special education in Vermont for nearly twelve years. She lives in Biddeford with her family and spends her weekends golfing, cooking, and exploring the beautiful State of Maine.
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