Milda is a founding partner of Bergen & Parkinson, LLC and has been practicing law in Maine since 1983. Her emphasis is in estate planning, probate and trust administration, contested probate matters, elder law, succession planning and real estate/zoning law. She works closely with her clients to insure successful navigation through complex probate administration and succession planning issues. She frequently appears before community groups to discuss probate and estate planning matters.


  • Cornell Law School, J.D., 1983
  • Mount Holyoke College, B.A., magna cum laude, 1978

Bar Admissions

  • Maine
  • U.S. District Court, Maine

Professional Recognitions

  • U.S. News & World Report, Best Lawyers®Best Law Firm

Professional and Civic Activities

  • Maine Bar Association
  • York County Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Maine Probate Rules Committee (Appointed by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court)
  • Arundel Planning Board (Past Chair)
  • Kennebunk Land Trust (Officer and Past Board Member)
  • United Way of York County, ME (Past Board Member)
  • Conference of United Church of Christ (Past Board Member)
  • Equest Therapeutic Riding Center (Past Board Member)
  • South Congregational Church (Board of Trustees)

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.