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Upcoming Collaborative Law Introduction

Vermont couples have the option to choose collaborative law to avoid the stress and expense of adversarial court battles. Find out why the collaborative process may be best for you and the long-term well-being of your family as you move into two households.

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Navigating Vermont Courts in an A.O. 49 World

In March, the Vermont Supreme Court declared a judicial emergency and, as administrator of trial courts, issued Administrative Order 49 (Declaration of Judicial Emergency and Changes to Court Proceedings)—also…

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Tarnelli Becomes Partner

MURDOCH HUGHES & TWAROG Attorneys at Law, P.C., is pleased to announce that Michelle A. Tarnelli became a partner with the firm on January 1, 2018. Ms. Tarnelli concentrates in the areas of adoption law,…

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Frank Twarog: A steady hand at Hinesburg town meeting

Frank Twarog, a partner with MURDOCH HUGHES & TWAROG, Attorneys at Law, P.C. was recently featured in the March 1, 2018 edition of “The Citizen” a local newspaper serving the towns of Charlotte and Hinesburg,…

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Kurt M. Hughes Has Been Recognized Among the Top in his Industry by Noticed

BURLINGTON, Vt. – March 20, 2018 – (Newswire.com)Kurt M. Hughes, Attorney at Law, Murdoch Hughes & Twarog, has joined Noticed, an invitation-only service for distinguished professionals. Hughes has been…

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Hughes Helps Author Vermont’s New Parentage Act – H.562

Kurt M. Hughes, a partner with MURDOCH HUGHES & TWAROG Attorneys at Law, P.C., and a Fellow of the Academy of Adoption & Assisted Reproduction Attorneys, was recently a guest on Vermont Public Radio’s…

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Twarog to Receive 2018 Pro Bono Award

Frank Twarog, a partner with MURDOCH HUGHES & TWAROG Attorneys at Law, P.C., will receive the 2018 Pro Bono Service Award at the VBA’s Mid-Year meeting on March 23, 2018. Frank was nominated by Kim Jordan,…