Martha A. Grant, Esq., Of Counsel

Martha A. Grant, Esq., Of Counsel

A graduate of the University of Maine School of Law, Martha was admitted to the Maine Bar in 1981 and has been a practicing attorney ever since. In 1986 she began her work in the area of elder law at the Presque Isle office of Legal Services for the Elderly, which provided free legal advice on a full range of matters that affect seniors including issues relating public benefits such as MaineCare and Social Security, powers of attorney, consumer matters, physical and financial abuse, guardianship defense, and others.

Seven years later, in 1993, she practiced with Richard Langley, Esq. of Fort Fairfield, where she honed her skills in business law, estate planning and real estate law. Over the next several years, Martha saw a growing need in northern Maine for in-depth legal services to protect seniors and help them age in place, and in 1998 she moved her practice to Presque Isle and focused on estate planning, long-term care planning, and probate. In 2017 she opened Aroostook Elder Law, LLC and continued to provide the same services from a downtown location. In October 2018 she moved the office to The Aroostook Centre Mall where it is now located. Martha transitioned to "of counsel" status in January 2021.

Mark A. Roy, Esq.

Mark A. Roy, Esq.

Mark earned his juris doctor degree from San Joaquin College of Law in 2006 and was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2008. Soon after, he joined Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance (GBLA) as a staff attorney representing tenants in eviction and housing matters. Mark later developed GBLA's Fair Housing Law Project and served as its supervising attorney until relocating to Maine in 2017.

In 2018, Mark was admitted to the Maine Bar and moved to Aroostook County for a position with Smith & Associates in Presque Isle. A year later, Mark joined Aroostook Elder Law as Martha's partner and "retirement plan." In addition to helping seniors with long term care issues and estate planning, Mark represents clients probate matters including guardianships, conservatorships, and estates. He also serves as a guardian ad litem in child protective and adult guardianship matters.

Prior to becoming an attorney, Mark worked for more than 15 years as a mediator and court-connected mediation program developer in Indiana, Pennsylvania, and California.

Sean M. Leonard, Esq.

Sean M. Leonard, Esq.

Sean graduated from Concord High School in Concord, N.H. in 2005, where he was named as a Division I All-State football player and won two state championships for a nationally ranked lacrosse team. He went on to earn his degree in English from Plymouth State University, earned his JD from Roger Williams University, and his LLM from The George Washington University Law School, receiving multiple academic honors along the way. During law school, Sean spent time with the United States Navy in its legal services offices. While working for the Navy, Sean was first introduced to estate planning. This is where he learned to draft wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and other vital paperwork to help protect active and non-active duty veterans and their families.

Following graduation, Sean worked on Capitol Hill for the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, where he gained an extensive education in the legislative process and how to develop and grow businesses. Sean then moved to the Social Security Administration as an attorney before moving to private practice at a nationally recognized firm.

Sean currently lives with his wife, Molly. He is heavily involved in the community in Aroostook County. He is currently the Vice President of and an assistant high school football coach for the Aroostook Huskies Football Club. Sean is also a member of the Northern Maine Growth Initiative. As a member of this group, Sean looks to bring in businesses to Aroostook County to help grow the community.