Sayer Regan & Thayer, LLP - Newport, Rhode Island Attorneys
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Decades Of Experience In The Community

For more than 25 years, Sayer Regan & Thayer, LLP, has helped clients overcome legal challenges and make the most of new opportunities. We represent our clients' interests as if they were our own. Regardless of your legal issue, you will be represented by a lawyer with a depth of knowledge and a proven record of success in that area of law.

Meet Challenges And Seize Opportunities

We pride ourselves on being the law firm that our clients turn to whenever they encounter a personal, business or legal issue. At Sayer Regan & Thayer, LLP, our attorneys have extensive experience in various aspects of the law. If your case encompasses a variety of practice areas, we will assemble a team to ensure that every aspect of your case is properly addressed.

What Our Clients Say

First of all, we want to express our gratitude for your efforts and dedication for our case. It has been such a great pleasure working with you guys.

Ever since we first met, you have given us the professional and informative advice and guidance on our legal matter. From collecting large amount of documents and informing us each single of results, you both have been so patient and kind.

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Ready to discover how our motivated legal team can help you achieve your goals? To schedule your free initial consultation at our Newport or Wakefield office, call 401-849-3040 or 866-378-5836 toll free, or send us an email.

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We handle a wide range of admiralty and maritime law matters in Rhode Island and around the world, including recreational boating issues and yacht transactions.

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Newport Legal Issues Blog

  • What is a Financial Power of Attorney? - October 5, 2022

    A financial power of attorney is a legal document appointing someone you trust to manage your finances and property on your behalf. This may involve paying your bills, making deposits at the bank, collecting insurance benefits, and more. These tasks can range from simple, one-time transactions (perhaps closing a real estate deal). Or, they can be quite complex and allow the designated person to manage all financial affairs over a long period of time if you become incapacitated under a "durable power of attorney for finances."


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130 Bellevue Avenue
Newport, RI 02840

Toll Free: 866-378-5836
Phone: 401-849-3040
Fax: 401-849-4330
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343 C Main St.
Wakefield, RI 02879

Toll Free: 866-378-5836
Phone: 401-789-1616
Fax: 401-783-0660