ESTATE PLANNING & PROBATE
Let Jean M. Pagliughi guide you and your family through some of the most difficult questions and decisions that you may have to make during your lifetime:
Do I need a Will?
Who do I leave my property to?
What happens to my property if I pass on without a Will?
How can I prevent my family from arguing over my decisions of who I leave my property to?
What is a Durable Power of Attorney?
What is a Power of Attorney?
What is an Advance Health Care Directive?
What happens if I am no longer able to make decisions for myself or care for myself?
Do I need a Health Care Proxy?
Do I Need a Living Will?
Below is a helpful link from the Vermont Judiciary Court System that hopefully explains the process and may answer some of your questions.
Real Estate Buyer and Seller Representation
Whether you are buying or selling a house in Vermont, allow us to service your real estate needs in the Okemo Valley and Windsor County areas.
- Buying or selling a home
- Mortgages & equity loans
- Land use law: state, local & zoning regulations
- Draft or review your sales contract
- Negotiate real estate agreements
- Review your lending documents
- Search and clear title
- Analyze your deal and rectify potential problems
- Handle land use, zoning, and permitting
- Conduct your real estate closing
Attorney Pagliughi worked as a registered nurse at North Shore University Hospital, NY. Her experience has proven to be invaluable when helping medical malpractice victims, making her qualified to manage personal injury cases.
What Sets Us Apart
It is our priority to help you. Having an issue that needs to be resolved through legal means can be daunting and stressful.
Our team is here to make it less overwhelming by serving as your guide through the legal process.
We will take care of all the required paperwork on your behalf and make sure you always understand the advantages and disadvantages of the options available to you.
Call us at (631) 601-6446 to learn more.
Get to Know Our Founder
Jean started her career as an RN obtaining her nursing degree from Syracuse University in 1981. As a nurse, she initially worked at Columbia Presbyterian in their transplant unit and thereafter, went to work at North Shore University Hospital, located in Manhasset, New York, in their open heart/surgical ICU.
In 1986, Jean entered law school and graduated from Touro Law Center in 1988. Thereafter, she began her career in law, relocating to Vermont in 2018 from New York, and has continued to serve the people in her community.
1988 - NYS Bar
Suffolk County Bar Association
2017 - VT Bar
Vermont Bar Association
1981 - BSN
NYS License: 2226421
VT License: 5706