Our Bangor Law Firm Staff
Ellen Annis, Personal Injury Paralegal, HR
Ellen has been with our Bangor law firm since May of 2006 and is our personal injury and general practice paralegal, as well as our human resources representative.
Prior to coming to our office, she was an elementary school teacher in Maine and an insurance agent in North Carolina. Ellen graduated from Foxcroft Academy and the University of Maine in Farmington with a Bachelor of Science in Education and Associate Degree in Psychology. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Deborah McCullough, Social Security Paralegal
Deborah comes to McCue Law Office with excellent administrative and customer service skills. She joined our law firm in April of 2015 and is currently our Social Security Paralegal. She attended Bangor High School and graduated from Beal College with a Registered Health Information Technician degree.
On her off hours, she is an adjunct instructor at Beal College. She was born in North Carolina but raised in Maine. Her passions are singing and hanging out with family and friends.
Renee Duplisea, Personal Injury Paralegal
Renee has been with our office since May of 2018 and is our personal injury paralegal. Prior to coming to our office, she worked at a national law firm that covered all areas of law and has extensive experience in the legal field.
Renee graduated from the University of Maine with an Associate Degree in Legal Technology and Paralegal Certification. She enjoys gardening and spending time with her family and friends.
Melissa Bryant, Bankruptcy Paralegal
Melissa Bryant was born and raised in Hermon, Maine. In high school, she excelled in sports as team captain for cheerleading and field hockey. She was treasurer for student council and aided her peers with the fundraising committee. She won achievements such as MEA writing awards, Modern Woodmen of America, and debate school champion.
She then went on to work for Ford and became Ford Service Certified. Wanting a new challenge, she thrived as a mortgage processor and was assistant to the CEO of a property preservation company. Melissa joined the law offices of Bronson Platner, who took her under his wing and apprenticed her into the bankruptcy paralegal and attorney assistant she is today.
Her hobbies include scrap booking, cooking and, most of all, spending quality time with her family. Melissa joined the team at McCue Law in January of 2018.
Jane Robinson, Real Estate Paralegal
Originally from Dexter, Maine, Jane has been working in Maine and North Carolina law firms for 15 years; focusing primarily on real estate transactions and abstracting titles in the registry of deeds.
After graduating from Beal College in 1987 with an Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies, Jane was an instructor of Real Estate Law at Beal before moving to North Carolina. Returning to Maine in 2000, Jane was employed 15 years in the banking industry as a Commercial Loan Assistant. Still using her real estate knowledge and experience, she assisted lenders in completing all the documentation needed for commercial loan closings.
Jane spent several years volunteering as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused and neglected children. She also published her first book entitled The Pool Beneath the Waterfall in 2012, which is in its second printing. Jane is working on writing her second book in her spare time and also enjoys spending quality time with her granddaughters. She has been with McCue Law Office part-time since March of 2018.
Grace Wolfe, Marketing Specialist
Employed part-time at McCue Law Office since June of 2018, Grace also works as a real estate agent and yoga instructor. She graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Affairs, concentrating in Anthropology and minoring in Spanish.
Grace gained experience in marketing by running her own non-profit community wellness center, A Space for Grace, in Portland for several years. Grace enjoys traveling and has taken every opportunity she could to fly around the world, and lived in Central America, Europe, and Asia before settling back down in the Bangor area. When she is not working, Grace spends her free time outdoors adventuring with her dog, Kaia.