Meredith M. Maller

Senior Counsel

Bangor Office
80 Exchange Street
Bangor, Maine 04401
Phone: 207-947-0111
Fax: 207-942-3040

Meredith M. Maller focuses her practice on comprehensive legacy planning. Meredith’s background in finance allows her to consider client asset allocation in conjunction with their estate planning goals. She also works with clients to minimize both estate and income taxation.

Meredith specializes in the ownership and transfer of unique assets including intellectual property, art, boats, and digital assets, such as cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens.

Prior to joining Eaton Peabody, Meredith worked for Birchstone Moore, a DC-based boutique estate planning firm, and Brown Advisory, a global investment firm with over $60 billion in assets under management. During law school, Meredith worked as an extern with the IRS’ Office of General Counsel. Meredith received her J.D. from the University of Maryland and a Master of Laws with a Certificate in Estate Planning from Georgetown University Law Center.

Meredith graduated from Bates College with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in International Trade.

Meredith grew up on Mount Desert Island and enjoys spending her free time sailing and hiking with her family.

Areas of Practice for Meredith M. Maller

Bar Admissions

District of Columbia


Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M., Certificate in Estate Planning, 2014
The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, J.D., 2013
Bates College, B.A., 2005

Memberships and Affiliations

Maine Women’s Fund
– Finance Committee, Member

Advisory Committee on Maine Probate Rules
– Forms Committee, Member

Maine Bar Association
– New Lawyer’s Section, Treasurer

American Bar Association
– Young Lawyer’s Division
– Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Committee


Best Lawyers in America®: Ones to Watch 2021

Speaking Engagements

“What Rob Gronkowski can Teach us About Estate Planning – Non-fungible Tokens and the Future of Wealth Transfer.” June 25, 2021, The Maine Bar Association, 2021 Summer Bar Conference

“Maine Probate Practice and Procedure.” May 13, 2021, The Maine Bar Association, 2021 Bridging the Gap.