Brennan & Rogers, PLLC , formerly the Law Office of Smilie G. Rogers, PLLC, was established in 2010. In 2011, Mary Kathryn Brennan joined the firm as a partner. As of January 1, 2017, the name was changed to Brennan & Rogers, PLLC. We continues today with the same focus on elder legal care, general estate planning and probate matters. In 2018 we opened unstaffed office locations in Kennebunk and Portsmouth.
Our mission is to provide clients with informed, compassionate legal care and to offer support with guidance through life's transitions. Let's face it-planning for or dealing with aging, disability and death is not pleasant, but our attorneys will make it more manageable. We are here to help.
Our law firm practice is limited to elder law, estate planning, MaineCare/Medicaid applications, and probate. Attorney Mary Kathryn Brennan is licensed in Maine. Attorney Smilie G. Rogers is licensed in Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire and inactive in Virginia.
Mary Kathryn Brennan is a native of York, Maine. She is a graduate of York High School, Colby College and the University of Maine School of Law. She is married to Smilie G. Rogers. They have two sons and a daughter and live in South Berwick, Maine.
Mary Kathryn was named a "Rising Star" by SuperLawyers in 2015 - 2018 and was the 2014 Maine Justice Foundation New Lawyer of the Year award recipient. She is a board member of the Maine Justice Foundation, the Museums of Old York, the Southern Maine Agency on Aging Caregiver Support Program Advisory Committee and the Professional Ethics Commission for the Maine State Bar. Mary Kathryn is a member of NAELA.
As a lawyer in York, she now has also practices elder law in Kennebunk.
Mary Kathryn's practice is focused on elder law, Medicaid (MaineCare) planning, probate and contested matters in the York and Cumberland County Probate Courts. She is licensed to practice in Maine. Previously, she was a staff attorney at Maine Legal Services for the Elderly. She has represented elders in matters before Maine Superior, District and Probate courts, the Maine Department of Health and Human Services and the Office of Medicare Hearings where she has extensive long term care knowledge.