Frank K. N. Chowdry
Frank K. N. Chowdry represents land owners, private, non-profit, and commercial, in real estate and land use matters. He also represents individuals and businesses in many high-conflict situations. Throughout his career, he has worked to secure the rights of landowners and to resolve disputes involving issues of title, boundaries, rights of access, zoning, easements, environmental protection, and Constitutional rights. He has three decades of litigation and transactional experience in this area of law. Based on his expertise, Frank is frequently invited to deliver presentations on land use law and real estate law for the National Business Institute, Sterling Education and the Maine State Bar Association.
Between 1990 and 1993, Frank served as Chief Counsel of the Maine State Housing Authority, now Maine Housing. In that role he facilitated financing transactions involving Federal and State subsidy and assistance programs as well as the acquisition of properties for affordable housing development.
A resident of Yarmouth, Maine, Frank served on the town’s Planning Board for 13 years including 4 years as Chairman.
In addition to property matters, a significant portion of Frank’s practice is devoted to representing businesses in commercial litigation and complex commercial transactions. He has represented local start-up ventures, established Maine businesses, and national enterprises doing business in Maine.
Frank also handles trust, estate, and probate cases. He represents trustees, personal representatives, beneficiaries, settlors, heirs and devisees both in probate and non-probate estate matters.
Frank is a graduate of Boston College Law School and holds an undergraduate degree from Fairfield University. His experience has taught him to take a practical approach to the law. He believes in maintaining a forward looking focus with one eye on the rear view mirror. His goal is to obtain fair and cost-effective results for his clients through thoughtful application of knowledge and experience.