Why Choose Gilbert Law Offices
In Practice for Over 35 Years
Gilbert Law Offices was founded in 1984. We have provided excellent legal services to the people of Maine ever since.
We make sure that we completely understand your situation and needs. You get personalized legal counsel from Gilbert Law Offices
Serving Clients Statewide
We have served the people of Maine for over 35 years. We serve the entire state. We can help you anywhere you are in Maine.
A Reputation for Excellence
We have earned a reputation for excellence over the years. You can count on us to provide top-notch legal service and representation.
Serving Individuals & Businesses
Gilbert Law Offices represents both individuals and businesses. Put our extensive experience to work for you or your business.
We Make Home & Hospital Calls
We come to you to work on your case. As part of our personal attention to clients, we can come to you at home or in the hospital.
Areas of Practice
Municipal Zoning & Land Use Law
Gilbert Law Offices represents several towns and special use districts on a wide range of municipal issues.Learn More
Gilbert Law Offices handles both commercial and residential real estate transactions.Learn More
Charles E. Gilbert, III
Charlie Gilbert’s extensive experience cuts across a number of areas of substantive law. He has years of experience advocating for clients in judicial, arbitral, administrative and public forums in cases involving a number of areas of the law. He has tried hundreds of matters, including over 100 jury trials. He has been named a New England Super Lawyer for a number of years.Read More
Peggy Gilbert is a native of Dover-Foxcroft, Maine, who knew she wanted to be a lawyer when she was eleven. She founded the firm which is today Gilbert & Law Offices as a solo practice in 1984. She is a graduate of the University of Maine and Gonzaga University Law School in Spokane, Washington. After being admitted to practice in 1982, Peggy served as an assistant Maine Attorney General in the human services division, the first assistant to be based in Bangor. She later served as a bond…Read More
Erik M.P. Black
Erik received his J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Maine School of Law in 2010, where he was a Production Editor of the Maine Law Review and published a case note, Roy v. Bath Iron Works: Three Different Perspectives on an Unfortunate Situation, 61 Me. L. Rev. 552 (2009). Prior to law school, Erik received a B.A. in Political Science, summa cum laude, from the University of Maine, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and named the Eugene Mawhinney Outstanding Senior in…Read More