Paige B. Streeter is an associate attorney, representing clients in a variety of practice areas, including family law, criminal law, employment law, civil litigation, estate planning and estate administration.
In 2007, Paige earned her bachelor’s degree in economics from Clemson University (B.A.). She graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in 2013. Paige initially developed her trial skills as an intern student attorney for the Cumberland County District Attorney’s Office, where she conducted multiple contested hearings and successfully prosecuted jury trials on behalf of the State of Maine. Paige further developed her trial skills as a member of the Maine Law School Trial Competition Team. Paige also served as an intern for the Maine Unemployment Insurance Commission, and an extern for the Honorable James B. Haines of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
Throughout law school, Paige served as a volunteer for the Volunteer Lawyer’s Project, receiving recognition through the school for her pro bono work. At the Volunteer Lawyer’s Project, Paige assisted clients in matters involving divorce, post-divorce enforcement actions, child support, visitation and custody issues.
Paige is admitted to the state and federal courts in Maine and Massachusetts.