Ryan J. Rutledge

Ryan J. Rutledge “I went to law school because I wanted to help people.”

Ryan J. Rutledge, Esq. started working at Mills, Shay, Lexier & Talbot P.A. after he received his second Rural Practice Fellowship through the Rural Lawyer Pilot Project at the University of Maine School of Law. While in law school Attorney Rutledge worked at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic as a member of the Prisoner Assistance Clinic, where he regularly visited the Maine Correctional Center in Windham in an effort to give voices to clients who were otherwise silenced by their incarceration. Upon graduation from Maine Law, Attorney Rutledge received a Writing Award for his article, Asteroid Mining: Concerns, Considerations, and the Need for Reform in the Modern Era of Outer Space Exploration and Exploitation. Attorney Rutledge also received a Pro Bono Public Award for his participation in the Pro Bono Legal Service and Community Legal Service Program.

Prior to attending the University of Maine School of Law, Attorney Rutledge earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Central Florida with a Major in Philosophy and Minor in Energy and Sustainability.

Attorney Rutledge is proud to live in Skowhegan with his wife and two dogs. He enjoys hiking, fly fishing, snowshoeing, traveling, and trying new restaurants.

Practice Areas:

Estate Planning
Contracts & Business
Family Law
Personal Injury
Real Estate
Natural Resources
Cannabis Law

Favorite Legal Expression: Demasiadas Leyes Oprimen (Superfluous Laws Oppress)

Ryan J. Rutledge

Mills, Shay, Lexier & Talbot Areas of Practice

Automobile and Motorcycle Accidents Personal Injury Cases
Wrongful Death Cases Divorce and Custody Disputes
Drug Offenses and All Criminal Matters Parental Rights
Elder Law and Probate / Estate Planning Construction Contracts
Discrimination Claims Workers’ Compensation
Drunk Driving Real Estate
Malpractice Cases

Contact Info

Map Skowhegan OfficePhone: 207.474.3324
Fax: 207.474.3609
PO Box 9
263 Water Street
Skowhegan, ME
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