The office of Paul P. Hanlon practices law in Montpelier, Vermont and Washington Co..
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25 Court Street
Montpelier VT 05602
The law office of Paul P. Hanlon will represent you estate planning legal matters.
Areas of Practice
Practice Areas: Trusts and Estates; Taxation; Real Estate; Estate Planning; Wills
Admitted: 1973, New Jersey and U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey; 1974, Vermont; 1975, U.S. District Court, District of Vermont; 1979, U.S. Supreme Court; 1991, U.S. Tax Court
Law School: New York University, J.D.Member: Vermont (Chair, Committee on Taxation, 1983-1997) and American (Member: Section of Taxation; Administrative Practice Committee; Real Property, Probate & Trust Section) Bar Associations.
Biography: Recipient, Founder's Day Award. Adjunct Professor of Law, Vermont Law School, 1989. Author: Vermont Chapter, "The Master Guide to State Taxation," 2001. Vermont Chapters of ABA Sales and Use Tax Desk Book, 1987 and Property Tax Deskbook, 1994, Correspondent, State Tax Notes, 1990. General Counsel, 1979-1983, Deputy Commissioner, 1979-1983 and Acting Commissioner, 1982, Vermont Department of Taxes. Member, Vermont Tax Seminar Planning Committee, 1979; Chair, 1996. Selectman, 1978-1989 and Chair, 1982-1989, Worcester, Vermont, Chair, 1989-1994, Lamoille Regional Solid Waste Management District. Member, Executive Committee, 1985, National Association of State Bar Tax Sections. Chair, Governor's Task Force on Sales Taxation, 1985. Secretary, UTC Study Committee, 2007-2009.
Born: Rome, New York
New York University