Meet Timothy J. Kimpton

Tim has been representing clients in Midcoast Maine, and beyond, for more than 13 years.  Tim graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in 2002, and was admitted to Maine Bar in 2002. He practiced with attorney Eliot Field in Wiscasset for nearly 10 years, practicing in the areas of family law, estate and business planning, consumer credit and home construction law, and other civil matters. In September 2013, he joined the Law Office of Marcia E. DeGeer in Damariscotta, where his practice has focused on all aspects of estate planning and preservation, real estate and family law, and nonprofit and business planning.

Tim has significant courtroom experience in family law, contract litigation and consumer rights. He is passionate about protecting the best interests of his clients. Tim successfully defended a consumer rights judgment for wrongful repossession before the Maine Supreme Judicial Court, and has a reputation as a well-prepared and able litigator. Tim is equally adept at navigating the laws and regulations that affect his clients’ businesses, retirement and veteran benefits, and taxes. 

Tim has a diverse background. After spending five years working in retail men’s clothing, Tim discovered a fascination with how things are made of metal, and has spent about 11 years working as a machinist, making parts for everything from hay wagons to power-generation turbines to undersea fiberoptic cables. He also spent nearly 2 years as a goldsmith, making fine jewelry.  Tim spent almost 13 years as an infantryman in the U.S. Army, beginning as an enlisted man in The Old Guard in Washington, D.C., and ending as a Company Commander at the desert phase of Ranger School in New Mexico. In between, he was stationed in Hawaii and Georgia, and deployed throughout the Pacific basin.  

Tim attended the former Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado, and received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Summa Cum Laud, from Columbus (Georgia) State University (1991). Tim is a graduate of the U.S. Army Ranger, Airborne, and Air Assault schools, and a number of Army leadership and staff schools.

Tim has served on the Board of the Medomak Valley Land Trust, and is on the Board of Inn Along the Way, a non-profit organization supporting and enriching the lives of elders and caregivers in our community.

Tim grew up in Colorado, with roots in Montana, and his parents instilled in him a lifelong love of the outdoors and winter. Tim and his wife Marcia Kimpton have lived in Waldoboro for more than 20 years.  They enjoy cooking good food, spending time with their children and grandchildren, camping, bicycle riding, and playing in the snow.

Tim can be reached at (207) 563-5828 or by emailing