Susan M. Buckholz, P.C.
Susan M. Buckholz is an attorney in private practice, living and working in Quechee, Vermont. In her twenty-five years of practice, she has focused her work in the area of family law, appearing regularly in the divorce and juvenile dockets of Vermont’s Family and Probate Divisions.
In the last six years, Sue incorporated mediation into her practice, working with families and individuals in the domestic, juvenile and probate dockets.
Sue also spent just over a year as a staff attorney in the Prisoners Rights Division of the Vermont Defender General’s Office in the late 1990’s. Prior to her admission to the Bar, she served as a GAL in Windsor County for five years, mainly appearing for children in divorce and parentage cases.
Sue received her B.A. in history from Yale College in May 1977 and, after one year at Boston University School of Law, spent the next ten years traveling the world, living in the United Kingdom during most of the Reagan Administration which allowed her to closely study the Thatcher Regime. Shortly after her return to the U.S., Sue registered to read the law in Vermont and was admitted to practice in Vermont of 1990 and was admitted to practice in Vermont in June of 1995.
Sue recently completed her service with the Vermont Legislature as the Representative for Windsor District 4-1 (Barnard, Pomfret, West Hartford and Quechee).