Martin C. Womer, Attorney at Law (Member of the Center)

Martin C. Womer, Attorney at Law (Member of the Center)

Martin C. Womer is the founder, President and Managing Attorney of the Maine Center for Elder Law, LLC.  He assists clients with Medicaid (MaineCare) planning and applications, planning for VA Aid and Attendance eligibility, and trust and estate planning and settlement. His area of concentration is crisis and proactive Medicaid (MaineCare) planning and Medicaid applications.

Marty received his Bachelor’s degree, Cum Laude, from Colby College (1975), and his J.D. from the University of Maine School of Law (1997). After law school, Marty was a Senior Planner with the Maine Land Use Regulation Commission from 1997 to 1999, prior to entering private practice of law.

Marty is the 2017 Chair of the Elder Law Section of the Maine State Bar Association (MSBA), for which he often teaches seminars on long-term-care planning.  He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and ElderCounsel, LLC.  Marty teaches the legal-technical portions of ElderCounsel's "Medicaid Immersion and Practice Building Camp", an intensive three-day course for members of ElderCounsel.

Marty is honored to have been featured on the cover of the February 2009 bimonthly issue of NAELA News: published by the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.  The magazine contains an article about Attorney Womer and another article written by him.

He formerly served for six years of the Board of Directors of the Southern Maine Area Agency on Aging.  Marty was a founder and incorporator of York County Triad, Inc. – an organization dedicated to helping seniors avoid financial exploitation and other abuse – and serves as its Treasurer and a member of its Board of Directors.

Marty lives in Saco, Maine.

The Maine Center for Elder Law, LLC, assists clients with Medicaid (MaineCare) Planning, Planning for VA Aid and Attendance Eligibility, Special Needs Planning, Estate Planning, and Probate, Estate & Trust Administration matters in York County, Cumberland County and nearby Maine counties.

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