Mr. Page has practiced with Zalinger Cameron & Lambek since 1994. His practice emphasizes independent fiduciary appointments, nonprofit corporate law, probate litigation, real property, land conservation, employment and workers' compensation law.
Mr. Page is a native of Burlington and a fourth-generation member of the Vermont Bar. He has served as president of both the Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier and the Green Mountain Club, a statewide non-profit that maintains the Long Trail.
Mr. Page is available to serve as a court-appointed fiduciary for those in need of an independent guardian, trustee or administrator. In his general law practice, Mr. Page’s clients include non-profit corporations, small businesses and individuals in need of a variety of personal legal services. He prides himself in his attention to his clients’ personal needs and circumstances, not just the completion of their transaction or the resolution of their dispute. He has substantial experience with non-profit governance and management issues (both legal and organizational). He is familiar with all aspects of real property law including secured transactions and property disputes. He is an experienced litigator in all Vermont courts.
Commercial and Residential Real Estate
Business Formation and Shareholder/Partnership Agreements
Labor, Employment and Workers Compensation Law