University of Michigan Law School
J.D. | 2006
B.A. | 2003
Peter McDonell is a shareholder of Perkins Thompson and a member of the firm’s real estate practice group. Since joining the firm in 2007, Pete has worked with businesses and individuals in a wide range of real estate transactions, including the acquisition, financing, development, operation, leasing, and sale of commercial, residential, and industrial real estate. In addition to transactional real estate matters, he regularly works with financial institutions in connection with various aspects of their lending practices.
Pete’s practice is broad: his recent engagements include the representation of a privately held corporation in connection with its acquisition and development of facilities throughout the northeast; the representation of small businesses in the negotiation of retail, office, and industrial leases; the representation of a condominium developer and association through all phases of condominium development and management; the representation of a regional lender with respect to all aspects of its asset-based and real estate lending; and the representation of a real estate development company in connection with its lease and development of a Portland hotel.
Pete is an active member of the Maine Real Estate and Development Association, the Real Estate and Title Section of the Maine Bar Association, and the Real Property Law Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association. Pete also serves on the Zoning Board of Adjustment in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where he lives.
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Dear Clients, Partners, and Friends:
Perkins Thompson and Maine Center for Elder Law are excited to announce their recent combination. Established in 1871, Perkins Thompson has been providing outstanding legal services to U.S. and Canadian businesses, institutions, governmental entities, and individuals for nearly 150 years. Maine Center for Elder Law, led by attorneys Barbara Schlichtman and Marty Womer, is a highly regarded elder law, trusts and estates, and special needs planning practice based in Kennebunk, and will continue as a practice of Perkins Thompson. The knowledge and expertise of Maine Center for Elder Law’s attorneys and staff are a wonderful addition to Perkins Thompson’s well-established trusts and estates practice.
This combination brings together the strengths of two dynamic firms, creating greater value for current and potential clients by offering expanded services and community engagement, and convenient office locations in both Portland and Kennebunk.
Please reach out to Tim Benoit, Phil Hunt, Barbara Schlichtman and Marty Womer for your trust, estate and elder law or special needs planning.