Lawyers for the New Hampshire Seacoast
The attorneys at Boynton, Waldron, Doleac, Woodman & Scott, P.A., put clients first. We are dedicated to people, to our community and to excellence. That commitment shows in our work for clients as well as our work for the community as a whole. Please click on the links below to learn more about our lawyers.
- Charles B. Doleac
- Ralph R. Woodman Jr.
- William G. Scott
- Christopher E. Grant
- Francis X. Quinn Jr.
- Philip L. Pettis
- Christine Woodman Casa
- Heather Dunion Neville
- Michael H. Darling
- Charles A. Griffin
- Susan Aileen Lowry
Our clients come first. Contact us. 603-319-1074.
The work we do in the community informs and strengthens our work for our clients. In all of our practice areas, the client comes first.
- Community leaders: Our attorneys have served the community as presidents, officers and board members of the Strawberry Bank Museum, the Children's Museum of New Hampshire, the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, Portsmouth Athenaeum, Seacoast United Way, Chase Home for Children, Greater Portsmouth Charitable Fund, Seacoast Mental Health Center, Japan-America Society of New Hampshire, the Portsmouth Peace Treaty Forums, Portsmouth Historical Society, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Community Diversion Program that diverts troubled youth from the court system to community service and education.
- Business and planning leaders: We are recognized as leaders of business and planning organizations, including the Portsmouth City Council, Portsmouth School Board, Portsmouth Board of Building Appeals, Citizens' Advisory Council for Community Development, Portsmouth Rotary Club, Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce, Foundation for Seacoast Health and Leadership Seacoast.
- Legal community leaders: We are active members of the New Hampshire and Maine Bar Associations. We regularly publish articles in scholarly and legal journals and teach continuing legal education programs. We are leaders in state and local bar association activities, members of the American Board of Trial Advocates, governor of the Rockingham County Bar Association and Fellows of the New Hampshire Bar Foundation. We founded the local chapter of the American Inns of Court, an organization of judges and attorneys dedicated to the continuing improvement of the legal system and legal profession. We serve as court-appointed mediators within the New Hampshire Superior Court Systems, and many of our partners are considered premiere mediators within that system.
Contact us for an appointment. We represent clients in New Hampshire, Maine and northern Massachusetts.