Zarina Suárez O'Hagin, Esq.
Attorney at Law

 

"A general law practice in Vermont with a focus on helping clients to structure their relationships -- business, family, or personal -- so as to prevent problems from arising."

general law practice in Vermont

Areas of Practice:

The legal practice of Zarina Suárez O’Hagin in Vermont has been in the following areas:

Representation of parties involving Vermont Family law, including divorce, legal separation and parentage matters, and representation of parents and children in CHINS (children in need of supervision) petitions by the State.

Preparation of wills and probate.

Preparation of income tax returns, including state and federal. She is an authorized e-file provider.

Representation of landowners who convey conservation easements to land trusts.

Representation of parties regarding use of form (corporate, LLC, partnership, sole-proprietorship) to conduct business.

Guardianship petitions.

Representation of parties seeking federal tax-exempt status for organizations.

Zarina Suárez O'Hagin may be contacted as follows:

 

Cellphone:  802-535-7117

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Postal Mail:

Zarina Suárez O'Hagin, Attorney at Law
215 Corner Road (Walden)
Hardwick, VT 05843

 

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Zarina Suárez O'Hagin

Zarina Suárez O'Hagin grew up in Tucson, Arizona, and attended Salpointe High School, graduating in 1972 as valedictorian. She moved to Chicago to attend the University of Chicago, where she received her A.B. in 1976. After working for four years at the Orthogenic School, a residential treatment center for emotionally disturbed children, at the University of Chicago, she went to law school, to Chicago-Kent College of Law for one year, and then to the Law School at the University of Chicago, where she received her J.D. in 1984.

Zarina Suárez O'Hagin practices from her home office. Her home in Walden is off the grid, and relies primarily on photovoltaic power for all the electric office needs.

Zarina has an addition to her home that uses straw bale construction. Straw bale construction uses this renewable resource for insulation.

Zarina's office uses paper from wheat straw waste, a renewable resource. Other recycled products are used as available. She also recycles all recyclable materials used in the office and in her home

 photovoltaic power

 

Other Areas of Interest:

Zarina Suárez O’Hagin was ordained a deacon in the Episcopal Church in Chicago in 1998. She currently serves as deacon at St. John’s in the Mountains Episcopal Church in Stowe Vermont. She was a member of the Diocesan Commission on Ministry from 2002 through 2008.

Zarina was a member of the Legal Advisory Panel of the ACLU of Vermont from 2000 through 2006, and was member of its Board for three years.

Disclaimers:

No Legal Advice or Attorney-Client Relationship: These materials have been prepared by Zarina Suárez O'Hagin Attorney at Law for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. This information is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.