Fulton S. Rice
Fulton’s practice focuses largely on real estate and corporate matters. His business and corporate work involves the formation and dissolution of for-profit and nonprofit corporate entities; development and implementation of corporate structures and governance; contract negotiation and preparation; and corporate acquisitions and small business succession planning. He has extensive experience supporting clients through commercial and residential real estate transactions; land use and zoning; title work; easements; tax abatement; partition; boundary disputes; and litigation. His clients have ranged from landlords and real estate developers to farmers, hospitality groups, and nonprofits.
Fulton is a graduate of the University of Maine School of Law. While in law school, he externed at Disability Rights Maine and worked as a student attorney for the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic. Before joining Murray Plumb & Murray, Fulton worked as an attorney at a small Portland law office where he supported clients with business and corporate, real estate, estate planning, and litigation needs.
Prior to law school, Fulton worked as a residential life advisor at Berkshire Hills Music Academy in South Hadley, Massachusetts, teaching life skills to young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and was a founder of a lighting, projection mapping, and stage design company that served entertainment and corporate events in the northeast.
A native of Maine, Fulton now resides in Portland. When he is not at work, Fulton enjoys spending time with his fiancée and their german shepherd, Otis.
- University of Maine School of Law, 2016 – J.D.
- University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2008 – B.S.
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