At Hastings Malia, our attorneys are ready to assist you in an array of practice areas, including:
- Real estate transactions (both residential and commercial)
- Estate planning (wills, trusts, financial, and health care powers of attorney)
- Business law
- Probate Court Proceedings
- Planning, zoning and land use law
- Municipal law (including representation of municipalities and boards)
- Personal injury
- Civil litigation
- Construction law
- Collections (both debtor and creditor)
Our staff will be happy to assist you by setting up an appointment with the attorney best suited to handle your legal issue. We have valued high quality work, attention to detail, and client satisfaction for over 150 years.
Lakes Region and Fryeburg Adult Education’s mission is to provide our communities with relevant and accessible education, resources, and training opportunities. We offer courses in Bridgton, Me on Wed. from 8 am to 8 pm above the Bridgton Town Hall and in Fryeburg, Me at the public library from 2 to 8 pm. For a full description of classes offered in the Fryeburg area – http://lakeregion-fryeburg.maineadulted.org/fryeburg_area_adult_education
The Mt Washington Valley Economic Council is a 501C3 non-profit corporation with a mission “To enhance our communities by fostering the formation of new business and attracting businesses to relocate to the area, with a commitment to help them diversify, propser and enhance their sustainability while preserving the region’s natural beauty.” Located in Conway, NH, the Council operates a business Incubator, offers educational programs focused on all aspects of running a business and has a Revolving Loan Fund. The Council is set to expand the Tech Village Park to create a campus for technologically intense businesses, to create better paying jobs four our youth and community and to insure the economy of the Valley into the future.
The Oxford House Inn, a Western Maine Bed and Breakfast and Country Inn, offers visitors to the Mt. Washington Valley and Maine’s Western Lakes Region four beautifully appointed guest rooms, a fifty seat gourmet restaurant, and JONATHAN’S, a granite-walled pub. Built in 1913 by renowned architect John Calvin Stevens, the stately Mission style architecture, stunning sunset mountain views, exceptional food and warm New England hospitality have established The Oxford House Inn as a dining and lodging destination.