Randolph A. Mailloux
Randolph (Randy) Mailloux is a 1971 graduate of Belfast Area High School, a 1974 graduate of the University of Maine at Orono, and a 1978 graduate of the Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington. After his admission to the Maine Bar in 1978, Randy worked in private practice and then served as Judge of Probate for Waldo County, a role for which he continued his legal education through coursework at the National Judicial College. He is a former member of the National College of Probate Judges, the Maine Probate Judges Assembly, the American Judges Association, and the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys. He is a current member of the Maine State Bar Association, the American Association of Visually Impaired Attorneys, and Elder Counsel. In 2012, Randy was nominated and accepted as a Fellow of the Maine Bar Foundation for distinguished performance in the legal profession.
In his many years of practice, Randy has gained critical insight into a wide range of legal subjects. He has conducted jury trials for people accused of major felonies, including homicide, and has recovered millions of dollars in personal injury settlements for wrongful death and other causes of action. Early in his career, Randy developed trial and negotiation skills in disputes involving wills, trusts, and other matters within the probate system. He is now known as a creative strategist in a wide range of civil practice, including commercial contract litigation and conflicts involving real estate. Since his tenure as Judge of Probate, Randy has continued to undergo specialized legal training in estate planning, and he is recognized throughout Maine in this complex and consequential field.
Randy has served as Chairman of the Maine State Bar Association’s Small Firm Task Force, President of the Maine Probate Judge’s Assembly, State Representative to the National College of Probate Judges, and President of the Waldo County Bar Association. He manages the Memorial and Endowment Fund of the First Baptist Church of Belfast, for which he has served as moderator for nearly forty years. Randy remains active in the Boy Scouts of America as co-creator and Trustee of a foundation for the award of funding grants to Boy and Girl Scout units. He served as Waldo District Chairman and leader of Belfast Troop 37, and obtained the rank of Eagle Scout in 1967 at the age of fourteen. Randy is also a member of the Belfast Lions Club, where he has served as President, Secretary, and member of the Board of Directors.
Randy served on the Waldo County Advisory Committee for the Maine Community Foundation, as a member of the Board of Directors for the Group Home Foundation and Wardwell Commons Elderly Housing, and as a Trustee of the Deborah Lincoln House. He served as a member of the Board of Directors of Mid-Coast Mental Health, and as a member of the Board of Incorporators of Waldo County General Hospital. Randy spearheaded the formation of the Waldo County Habitat for Humanity affiliate, serving as its first President and then as a member of the Board of Directors, and is now serving a second term as President.
Randy’s legal practice has an emphasis on estate planning and civil litigation, including probate law, personal injury, and family matters. In his free time, he teaches a course on probate law at the Senior College at Belfast. Randy lives in Belfast with his wife, Toni.