Martin C. Womer is an elder law attorney based in Kennebunk at Maine Center for Elder Law, a practice of Perkins Thompson, P.A. In 2007, he founded the Maine Center for Elder Law, LLC, which merged with Perkins Thompson, P.A., in September 2019. Mr. Womer received his B.A. degree, cum laude, from Colby College (1975), majoring in Chemistry, and his J.D. degree from the University of Maine School of Law (1997). He began his career as a research chemist, then later worked in real estate and land conservation, and chaired the Rockport, Maine, planning board and comprehensive plan committee. After attending law school, he worked as a senior planner at the Maine Land Use Regulation Commission, and then entered private practice of law. Taking care of his mother after the death of his father exposed him to elder law, which has been his focus since 2002. Mr. Womer has served several times as the chair or co-chair of the Elder Law Section of the Maine State Bar Association, for which he has taught numerous seminars since 2003. For eight years, he taught the legal-technical portions of ElderCounsel, LLC’s, intensive three-day course for attorneys, “Elder Law Immersion and Practice Building Camp”. He is active in the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, which has published two of his articles in NAELA News. Mr. Womer has served on the faculty of regional and national elder law conferences, and he has taught seminars for attorneys and related professionals hosted by continuing education companies. He is accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs (Veterans Administration).

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