Jeff Gnecco joined Bergen & Parkinson’s real estate and business practice in 2022, after a decade working as a transactional and business attorney in York County, Maine. A native of Kennebunk, Jeff has spent his legal career helping Mainers adapt to changing business and economic conditions by organizing and reorganizing businesses, managing and transferring assets, and safeguarding the things that matter most. He brings experience with the particular business concerns of restaurateurs, builders, real estate developers, nonprofits, childcare providers, shopkeepers, and creative professionals, among others, and is committed to helping talented people realize their personal and professional goals.

Jeff lives in Saco with his wife and two young children.


  • Duke University School of Law, J.D. 2004
  • Sarah Lawrence College, B.A. 1998

Bar Admissions

  • Maine
  • United States District Court, District of Maine

Professional and Civic Activities

  • Maine State Bar Association (Member)
  • York County Bar Association (Member)
  • Engine, Inc. (Past Board Member)
  • Marble Block Redevelopment Corporation (Past Board Member)
  • Midcoast Magnet (Past Board Member)
  • Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce (Past Board Member)

The Estate Planning & Probate attorneys at Bergen & Parkinson, LLC provide sound and creative advice to individuals and families in structuring estate plans to meet their needs.

Bergen & Parkinson, LLC’s team of experience advocates handles cases of all sizes and levels of complexity in the courts and before various municipal boards and state agencies.

Our municipal attorneys have served as Town Attorney for municipalities throughout the state of Maine. They have also served as special counsel when special expertise is needed.

Our attorneys have experience in the full range of real estate transactions and issues. We offer representation in real estate law for both commercial and residential transactions.

Our firm offers Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR) which are a means of settling disputes outside of the courtroom. This includes mediations, arbitrations, and meeting facilitations.