Local law firm expands
BRATTLEBORO >> Costello Valente & Gentry, P.C., located at 51 Putney Road, recently announced the expansion of its legal team with the imminent addition of two new attorneys.
With the addition of Erica Reynolds and Jeffrey G. Morse, the office will now have six attorneys.
Reynolds attended Brattleboro Union High School and is a recent graduate of Smith College and Western New England University School of Law School in 2014. She is currently fulfilling her clerkship requirements and will take the Vermont Bar Exam in February, 2016. Her interest is in the general practice of law and she hopes to focus on the representation of clients in real estate transactions. Reynolds resides in West Dover and is well acquainted with the Mount Snow and Brattleboro real estate markets.
Morse has, during his career, been a former partner of Timothy J. O'Connor, Jr.; Tony Cersosimo's personal attorney; and Corporate Counsel for the Cersosimo family of Corporations. He retired from that position after 30 years in September, and joined CVG, assisting clients with his extensive and broad experience in business and real estate, with special emphasis on commercial and residential sales and development, environmental permitting, business succession, tax planning, contracts, construction law, employment law, collections, and mediation.
The law firm of Costello, Valente & Gentry, P.C., has represented clients in Southern Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts for over thirty years. It has assisted individuals looking for help with personal injury and wrongful death suits, civil litigation, criminal defense, family law, business law, real estate, and probate matters. CVG also assists large and small corporations in all business areas; from entity formation to succession, through challenging litigation, and in resolving complex contractual issues.
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