Through the month of May, our staff are primarily working from home. We remain available by phone, e-mail, or video conference. We are also available for in-person notarization of documents and will signings, as well as remote document signings. Please feel free to contact us during regular business hours or e-mail any time.
Offering mediation, arbitration, litigation, and resolution of your toughest legal challenges
Located in Augusta, Maine, Stevens & Day, LLP advocates for great people and businesses, helping them navigate the toughest challenges of life and law. The firm’s value proposition lies in the talent and track record of partners Daniel Stevens and Avery Day and the comforting, personal experience of their boutique law firm. Specialty areas include wrongful death litigation, personal injury claims, trusts and estates, real estate transactions, business law, and more.
Highly Regarded Among the Best Maine Attorneys
Dan Stevens has been practicing law for over 30 years and has achieved some of the highest accolades available to an attorney. He is listed in the Best Lawyers in America, has received the highest peer review rating available (AV® Preeminent™) from Martindale-Hubbell, and is a Past President of the Maine Trial Lawyers Association. He is one of a very small group of attorneys in the State of Maine with these qualifications.
Avery Day is former Chief Legal Counsel to the Governor, and has served as Acting Commissioner of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection as well as in roles with Senator Susan Collins and at Maine’s largest law firm with its litigation and environmental practice groups. He is a graduate of George Washington University and Harvard Law School.
Serving Clients in Maine, New England, and throughout the Northeastern U.S.
Our firm handles cases through the State of Maine and the Northeast United States. Avery is a member of the Maine and Massachusetts Bar Associations and Dan has practiced in all the State and Federal Courts in Maine as well as the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston.
Your Consultation is Free (but we hope you’ll find it quite valuable).
Our lawyers offer considerable experience, wisdom, and integrity, and we look forward to talking to you about your legal needs. If we can help you, we will tell you so. If we can’t, we will refer you to someone who can. Please call our office at 207-430-3288 to set up a free initial consultation.