Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Breaking the Mold

Mary-Anne Martell, Esq.
In retrospect, I wish I could say that my higher educational pursuits had been the result of a traditional track of graduating high school and going to college. It certainly would have been easier. At eighteen years of age, I was not wise enough or mature enough to recognize education’s lifelong importance. At the time, college seemed to be the last thing on my mind. I wanted to be married and was guilty of a socially inspired “white picketed fence” mentality that governed many of my earlier life decisions. I have learned over the years that there is a reason the cliché “Youth is wasted on the Young” exists.

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Shannon's Upcoming Wedding

We are probably one of the most 'human' law firms around. Our founder has a past as a welder, factory worker, caterer and congressional intern! Not many lawyers can claim that much real world experience.

So we have decided to keep you up to date on the goings on here at Seacoast Law. The big event coming up is Shannon Esty's upcoming wedding! Wedding planning is full of drama and suspense, agony and ecstasy. Here is Shannon shopping for her wedding gown at Maine's own Hussey's General Store in Windsor Maine. Not many stores do it all like Hussey's,!

Of course we are not telling whether she actually bought her dress here or not. Stay tuned...