Bonnie Ball Wahrer is an associate in Pierce Atwood’s Trusts and Estates Practice Group where she represents individuals, families, fiduciaries, and institutional clients in all aspects of trust and estate planning, administration, controversy, and litigation.
Prior to joining Pierce Atwood, Bonnie gained valuable insight into state appellate litigation as law clerk to the Honorable Chief Justice Leigh I. Saufley of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court, and federal pre-trial management and trial litigation experience as law clerk to the Honorable John H. Rich III of the United States District Court for the District of Maine.
While in law school, Bonnie served as editor-in-chief of the Maine Law Review, and pioneered the path for dual enrollment in the University of Maine School of Law, Juris Doctor, and University of Southern Maine, Muskie School of Public Service, Master of Public Health (MPH) programs after being accepted into both in 2015.
Bonnie, a Buffalo, New York, native, lives in Gorham, Maine, with her husband, Bill, and their standard poodle, Belize, and cat, Theodore. Bonnie is an avid equestrian. She started riding as a young child, continued riding competitively at the intercollegiate level, and currently competes as an adult amateur in New England hunter-jumper, dressage, and event show associations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Bonnie L. Ball Wahrer