About Portland, Maine
Sitting on the Atlantic coast in Casco Bay and boasting a long and colorful history as well as exquisite food, art, sights, and natural beauty, Portland is a vibrant port town full of life and New England culture.
As one of Greater Portland’s leading family law attorneys, Susan M. Schultz is passionate about helping locals get through their family law issues without substantial stress or worry. In other words, her goal is to take care of your legal affairs so that you can focus on your family and the things that really matter. If you need an experienced and recognized family law attorney for your case, call our Portland law office today at (207) 210-6555 for a confidential consultation.
For directions to our law firm, click on the map below and enter your starting point.
You can usually find parking on the street near 75 Pearl Street. If you can’t find parking around our building, the Cumberland County Parking Garage is directly behind our building. The access street to the garage is Federal Street, which wraps around the Cumberland County Courthouse and connects with Newbury Street.
Fun Facts about Portland
Portland is Maine’s largest city and it has grown into one of the most vibrant and hip small towns on the New England coast. Furthermore, throughout the entire city, you can see the remnants of its illustrious seaport history, including redbrick warehouse buildings and narrow, cobblestone streets. Some fun facts about Portland:
- Portland, Oregon was named by Francis Pettygrove, who (you can probably imagine) was from Portland, Maine.
- From 2009 to 2015, Portland was the proud holder of the world’s largest lobster roll. It was 61 feet, 9-1/2 inches long and it contained over 48 pounds of lobster meat.
- The founding of the independent township of Portland occurred on July 4th, 1786, but despite this very-American date, the township was named after the British Isle of Portland.
- Writers Stephen King and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow were born in Portland.
- Portland was Maine’s first capital.
- Portland boasts 17 micro-breweries, the most per capita in the U.S.
Some popular sights to see in and near Portland include:
- Fort Williams Park
- Portland Museum of Art
- Old Port
- Portland Head Light
- Portland Observatory Museum
- Children’s Museum of Maine
Court and Legal Services in Portland
For residents of Greater Portland, if you have a domestic relations dispute or a family law issue, your case will most likely go to the Maine District Court in Portland. This court is located at the following address:
Maine District Court – Portland
205 Newbury Street, Ground Floor
Portland, ME 04101
Ph: (207) 822-4200
For directions to the courthouse, click on the map below and enter your starting point.
The courthouse is open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. There are four parking lots near the courthouse: the closest is Cumberland County Parking Garage on Newbury Street; the least expensive lot (at $6 a day) is Custom House Parking located at 25 Pearl Street.
If you live outside of Greater Portland, click this link to find the family court nearest you.
Contact Portland Attorney Susan M. Schultz Today.
No matter your family law issue, Portland attorney Susan M. Schultz offers comprehensive legal representation with a deep understanding of Maine laws and compassion for individuals going through these difficult times. For a consultation with Susan M. Schultz, call our law office today at (207) 210-6555.