As a staff attorney at the Maine Community Law Center, Tyler is focused on providing affordable legal services to clients in the areas of wills and estate planning, probate matters, transactional law, real estate, and general practice.
Maine Community Law Center is a non-profit law firm dedicated to increasing access to justice by providing low cost legal services to Mainers of modest means. The lawyers at MCLC practice law in a variety of fields. While they are recently admitted to the Maine bar, they have the support and guidance of many experienced Maine attorneys. Your case will benefit from professional care and attention at an affordable rate.
Tyler Lauzon’s home has been and will always be Saco, Maine. Alongside his grandparents and his mother, Tyler manages Martel’s Ice Cream. Tyler will proudly tell you that he has made all of the ice cream at the shop for the past eight years and that he has every intention of managing a law career while contributing to the family business. In 2013, Tyler graduated from Colby College with a double major in Classics and Philosophy. Two years later, Tyler enrolled at the University of Maine School of Law.
In law school, Tyler worked as a student attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, where he helped many individuals access the justice they could not otherwise afford. He was also an editor of the Ocean and Coastal Law Journal and had his article on lobstering laws published in the Journal. During law school, Tyler focused his studies primarily on estate planning, transactional law, and real estate. In 2018, Tyler graduated from law school magna cum laude and in October he was admitted to the Maine Bar.