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About Our Firm

Fellows, Kee, Tymoczko & Pierson, LLC, has been a Main Street business since 1983 when David Kee and Bill Tymoczko became partners. The firm was previously known as Fellows, Kee & Nesbitt. Fellows, Kee, Tymoczko & Pierson, LLC is a full service law firm offering clients assistance in real estate matters, elder law, estate issues and in personal injury/workers’ compensation cases. David Kee retired in 1998. Bill then practiced with Bronwen Pierson, who became a partner in the firm in 2002 and is now retired. Christina S. Lewis (Christy) is now an associate with the firm. Our experienced staff includes Caryn Howard, Lisa Sutherland and Mary Watkins.

In January 2002 the firm relocated to a larger office space located at 149 U.S. Route 1, next to McDonald’s. Our larger facility allows us to accommodate our growing business and provide for our clients easy access and ample off-street parking.

 

Bill Tymoczko

Bill Tymoczko is a Bucksport High School graduate, a graduate of the University of Maine at Orono with a B.S. in Accounting, and a graduate of the University of Maine Law School. He joined the firm in 1982 and became partner in 1984. Bill is a member of the Maine State Bar Association and the Hancock County Bar Association. Over the years, Bill has established a very successful practice in the Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury and Probate Administration areas of the law. Bill is very active in community projects and is actively involved with the local school district and is on the Town of Bucksport Economic Development Committee. In March 2012, Bill became the proud recipient of the  Business Person of the Year awarded by the Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce. He resides on Verona Island with his wife. He has two grown children.

Christina S. Lewis

Christy earned her B.A. in philosophy at New College of Florida and graduated with honors from the University of Florida College of Law. In law school she interned with a United States District Court Magistrate Judge and with the Alachua County Attorney. After law school she joined her husband in his hometown of Belfast, where they now live with their daughter. Christy was admitted to the Maine Bar in 2010 and since then has specialized in the areas of real estate and Social Security law. She practices in these areas as well as small business formation. She is admitted to practice in the United States District Court, District of Maine, and she is authorized to represent claimants before the Social Security Administration. She enjoys exploring Maine’s beautiful towns and coastline and spending time with her family and friends in Belfast.

Bronwen Pierson-Retired

Bronwen Pierson joined the firm as an associate in 1998, and became a partner in 2002. She is a graduate of the University of Vermont and University of Maine Law School. Bronwen established a practice in real estate, elder law, estate planning and corporate matters until she retired in 2008.

David W. Kee – Retired

David Kee was a founding member and partner in the firm until his retirement in 1998. David served as Hancock County Attorney in the 1970s, was the Maine Human Rights Commissioner from 1974-1989, and was elected Maine State Bar Association President in 1993. For many years he has been involved with the issue of substance abuse in the legal community and continues to do so after his retirement from the firm.

Caryn Howard

Caryn came to the firm in 1992 and has been in the legal profession since her graduation from Champlain College in 1987. As the real estate paralegal, Caryn assists in the real estate and title insurance matters for the firm. She is a native of Brooksville and now resides in Bucksport where she enjoys spending time with her husband and son.

Lisa Sutherland

Lisa returned to the firm in 1998 and is the probate paralegal as well as the bookkeeper for the firm. She graduated from Bucksport High School in 1986, and has resided in the Prospect/Bucksport area all of her life. Lisa enjoys travel, hunting and fishing and spending time at her camp with her husband and two grown children.

Mary Watkins

Mary joined the firm in 2013 as an administrative assistant. She greets clients, answers phones and works on the personal injury and workers’ compensation files. Mary enjoys hiking, camping and spending time with her husband and 2 daughters.