Deb is a paralegal in the Business practice group in Eaton Peabody’s Portland office. Deb joined Eaton Peabody in March of 2013, and brought with her 35-plus years of experience in litigation and bankruptcy. Deb handles foreclosure and bankruptcy matters for the Portland office, and has extensive knowledge and experience in these areas.
Deb works directly with clients and also acts as a liaison between clients and attorneys to ensure client needs and requests are met quickly and efficiently. She drafts notices of right to cure, complaints and related pleadings in foreclosure actions, including motions for summary judgment and foreclosure auction documents. Deb also manages and oversees bankruptcy matters for various bank clients, and prepares notices of appearance, proofs of claim, motions for relief from stay, reaffirmation agreements, objections to confirmation of Chapter 12 and 13 plans and related pleadings.
Deb attended Thomas College and the University of Southern Maine. She presented at a Maine Trial Lawyers Association paralegal seminar on discovery in 2012. Deb is a Court Appointed Special Advocate for foster children in the State of Maine, acting as the eyes and ears of the Court for these children. She is also a President of the Executive Board of the Oak Haven Condominium Association.
Deb and her husband Gary live in Saco. They have five grown children and five grandchildren, are avid Red Sox fans, and enjoy traveling.