David H. Greenberg

David H. Greenberg

Mr. Greenberg specializes in providing legal services and advice to small businesses.

Firm Overview

PRACTICE AREAS -Administrative -Child Custody -Commercial -Corporations and Business Entities -Divorce

Main Office

Main Office
70 South Winooski Avenue, P.O. BOX 201

Burlington VT 05402






The law office of David H. Greenberg will represent your family legal matters.

Practice Areas -Administrative -Child Custody -Commercial -Corporations and Business Entities -Divorce -Estate and Probate Law -Family -General Practice -Landlord and Tenant Law -Real Estate -Residency Appeals Trials in all Courts -Support

David Greenberg

David H. Greenberg

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Practice Areas
General Practice; Corporations; Business Entities; Commercial; Divorce; Family; Real Estate; Landlord and Tenant Law; Personal Injury Law; Administrative; Estate; Probate Law; Trials in all Courts

Admitted: 1973, District of Columbia; 1975, Vermont, U.S. District Court, District of Vermont and U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit

Law School: George Washington University, J.D.

Member: Chittenden County, Vermont and American Bar Associations.

Biography: Phi Delta Phi. Member, The Cum Laude Society. Law Clerk to Honorable Samuel B. Block, District of Columbia Superior Court, 1973-1974. Assistant Attorney General, Vermont, 1975-1977. Hearing Officer Woodside Correctional Facility, Vermont Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services, 1986-2001.

Born: Bennington, Vermont, July 21, 1948

Languages: Spanish

Cases: In re Gillin 773 A.2d 270, 172 Vt. 546 (2001); Murray v. St. Michael's College, 667 A.2d 270, 164 Vt. 205 (1995).


George Washington University
Juris Doctorate,

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