Navigating the court system can be complicated. Add in the emotional stress of a family breaking apart and it is hard not to derail. No one is going through what you are going through because no two cases are alike. Each situation brings its own challenges and facts. But no matter what type of help you need, Pittman Law brings knowledge, compassion and tenacity to each and every case. We work with you to determine the best strategy to see you through to a positive outcome – bringing balance to your life and getting you back on track.
With offices in Portland and Saco, Maine, we serve all of the York County Courthouses and also represent parties in Portland District Court. Representation in other court houses may require special travel fees that can be discussed at the time of consultation.
Kim Pittman, Esq.
Kim Pittman has been practicing family law since 2005. After three years as a solo practitioner, she became a Partner at Vincent, Kantz, Ruffner and Pittman which later became the Law Offices of Vincent, Kantz, Pittman & Thompson. In 2022, the law firm dissolved and Kim returned to solo practice, with offices in Portland and Saco, Maine.
Kim has a keen understanding of the emotional and financial toll extensive litigation can take on her clients. This understanding, balanced with vigorous advocacy, has earned her a reputation as an aggressive yet compassionate attorney.
Kim is dedicated to giving back to the community. She is active with the Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) representing victims of domestic violence in Protection from Abuse cases. She also volunteers for the Courthouse Assistance Program (CHAP) helping low income Mainers with family matters. Kim is regularly recognized by the Katahdin Council for her volunteer work and recently received Camden National Bank’s 2021’s Leaders and Luminaries Award for her work on the Board of VLP.
Contact Kim by calling 207-221-2759 or emailing her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.