Glenn Jarrett and Julie Hoyt are pleased to announce the formation of their firm, Jarrett | Hoyt.
With decades of combined experience in estate planning, elder law, special needs and long-term care planning, and trust and estate administration, our firm is committed to providing exceptional support to our clients.
Glenn A. Jarrett is Certified as an Elder Law Attorney (CELA) by the National Elder Law Foundation, an organization accredited by the American Bar Association, a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), and the Vermont Bar Association, where he is the Chair of the Association’s Elder Law Section. He is a member of the Board of CVAA, (the Champlain Valley Agency on Aging) and a member of VERG, the Vermont Elder Resource Group.
Julie Hoyt has been “Of Counsel” to Glenn’s predecessor firm Jarrett & Luitjens, PLC since August 2021 and prior to that focused on estate planning matters at Olson & Associates, PLC in Stowe, Vermont. Julie was first admitted to practice in Massachusetts in 1994 and before moving to Vermont in 2006, she was senior counsel at Boston Law Collaborative. Julie holds a master’s degree in Mediation and Applied Conflict Studies and has been mediating elder law, foreclosure, and small business cases since 2007. She is also on the roster of the USDA’s state certified Agricultural Mediation Programs in Vermont and New Hampshire. Julie is a member of the Vermont Bar Association and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA).
Geraldine Stewart is “Of Counsel” to the firm and has been working with Glenn since 2018. Gerry has many years of experience in the fields of estate planning, long-term care planning and probate administration. Gerry has previously taught Business Law at Northern Vermont University, Johnson campus and she is a licensed Vermont Certified Public Accountant.
The firm has a dedicated client care team headed up by Holly Keough. The team consists of Susan Marcelle and our newest team member, Cammy Ashley as Legal Assistants; and Erica Wengle a Paralegal who deals with probate and real estate transactions. Our firm is changing, but our dedication to clients in need of estate planning, special needs and long-term care planning, and trust and estate administration remains our priority. For more information call 802-864-5951 or visit VermontEstatePlanning.com.
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