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Sarah Ranger

Phone: 207.947.6500
Fax: 207.947.6400

Attorney Sarah Ranger is one of our two partners at Maine Elder Law Firm.

Sarah’s academic path encompasses a degree from Suffolk University Law School in 2014, supplemented by her earlier studies at Bentley University in 2011. This academic foundation has equipped her with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the dynamic and challenging field of law.

In 2018, Sarah joined our team, bringing her experience in representing veterans with disabilities, which seamlessly aligned with our practice in elder law and special needs planning. Her background not only enriches our firm’s capabilities but also reinforces her commitment to advocating for the rights of vulnerable individuals and families.

Sarah plays a crucial role in our legal team while also assuming significant responsibilities as our managing partner. She ensures the smooth operation of our office, contributing significantly to its overall success. If Sarah isn’t busy analyzing a client’s legal problems or researching a new legal issue, she is reviewing our systems, finances, and overall firm plan.

With Sarah on your team, you can rest assured that your matter is receiving her full and meticulous attention, and you will have the peace of mind you are looking for.

Outside of Law

On a personal note, Sarah is originally from Rhode Island, but her heart belongs to Maine more than most. She, along with her husband, Josh, daughter, Maggie, and son, Calvin, live in Hampden. When she is not in the office, Sarah is enjoying Maine’s natural beauties (especially the Moosehead Lake region) or a really good book.

Practice Areas

  • Special needs planning
  • Asset protection
  • MaineCare planning and applications


  • Suffolk University Law School, 2014
  • Bentley University, 2011

Fun Facts

  • Sarah is an avid long-distance runner.
  • She played rugby in college which always seems to surprise people given her gentle manner.
  • She and her husband got married in Scotland, and they also spent time living on an island in the West Pacific.